Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 461773
Fedora 9 installation failure via the internet
Last modified: 2009-07-14 10:21:36 EDT
Created attachment 316319 [details]
System generated bug report. Recommended a bugzilla submission.
Description of problem:
Installing Fedora 9 to IBM ThinkPad T42 via internet. Installation failed and generated bug report. Received "kernel panic" error prior to reformatting.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Several times using 2 different mirrors.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Reformatted disk and destroyed previous version
2. Repeated intall at least 6 times
3. Switched mirrors
Installation died at the installation of the kernal.
Clean installation. Used the same approach 2 months ago on a different machine with no problems.
Additional info: Bug report attached.
You've got lots of errors in your exception report, indicating lots of packages failed to install and so forth. I'm sure whatever kernel panic you got prior to attempting the installation is the real problem here, so I am reassigning this to kernel. They'll want to know what the panic message looks like.
I don't see any panic messages in the bug report?
The panic message occurred when I tried to update Fedora 7. I gave up on that and reformatted the disk. The error here occurred on a clean install.
I downloaded the DVD iso, which solved the problem.
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