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Description of problem:
If I try to install more packages than I have space for, the installer
tells me that I do not have enough free space and then when I hit "OK" on
that dialog, it crashes and tells me to report this bug.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
(Text mode installation from cdrom)
1. Select Custom Workstation installation.
2. Select the defaults to most things.
(The hard drive I am installing on is a 2.5 gig hard drive where around
1.2 gigs is used for linux. 80 megs for swap and what's left out of that
1.2 gigs for a big / partition ).
3. I make my Windows partition be the default in lilo and basically select
the defaults to what is selected in most of the options I don't mention.
4. I select some packages that I think I would like to install, like
maybe gnome, networked workstation, multimedia, X windowing system,
utilities, development, and selected more than I have space for (don't
know this until I OK my package selection and it gets to transferring
5. It then transfers its install image to the hard drive and prepares the
6. It displays that I don't have enough space to install and tells me a
number of a certain amount of megs I need to install what I selected (for
instance, in my case it was around 30 megs).
7. I hit OK on the not enough space warning.
Actual Results: The installer crashes and tells me to save some log to a
disk regarding the crash and to report it.
Expected Results: I expected that it would take me back to the package
selection so that I may deselect a few packages so I could get it to
install in the amount of space I have.
My processor is a 75mhz AMD K5.
The system has 40 megs of ram (two 32 meg edo sticks and 2 4 meg edo
The hard drive is a 2.5 gig fujitsu hard drive.
Created attachment 30916 [details]
The anaconda dump it made during this crash
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 38448 ***