I put the FC9 DVD image in /home/klotz/FC-*.iso and used boot.iso from a CD to
The repository access failed because /var/yum/cache is symlinked to
../home/yum/cache which would be /mnt/sysimage/home but /mnt/sysimage/home is no
longer mounted because that partition is now mounted as /mnt/isodir
So, there may be two bugs, one caused by my perhaps ill-advised decision to move
/var/yum/cache out of /var (which was full one day). But this bug is about the
fact that /home is not available if you do a disk install and the install ISO is
in /home. Surely this will cause more problems in installation down the line.
Could be related to Fedora bug 442118
Can you please try this again with F10 beta and report back how well it works? I've done a good bit of work in this area and think it should be better now. If it continues to fail, please attach /tmp/anaconda.log to this bug report. Thanks.
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