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Bug 5614 - Install Error
Install Error
Product: Red Hat Linux
Classification: Retired
Component: installer (Show other bugs)
i386 Linux
high Severity high
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Assigned To: Jay Turner
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Reported: 1999-10-05 22:35 EDT by mvikhman
Modified: 2015-01-07 18:38 EST (History)
7 users (show)

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Last Closed: 2000-02-04 12:54:42 EST
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Description mvikhman 1999-10-05 22:35:47 EDT
Booting from a floppy to install 6.1. Going through the
normal procedure. After set up password, and mount and
fdisk. The install searches the packages which are on a
separate partition on the same hard drive. Once it finishes
sourcing all the packages, I get a dialog bog with a name of
"Exception Occured"
In the box I have reference to a some kind of code.
Important errors in the box are...
line 225 in ?
line 1000 in run
line 11 in __call__
line 943 in getComplist
line 19 in read comp
line 272 in __init__
line 184 in readCompfile
type Error; compfile version 3

------- Additional Comments From   10/13/99 06:54 -------
I also get this error. Always!
Comment 1 bermam 1999-11-16 21:46:59 EST
I have been having this exact same problem as well. I thought it was a problem
with my disks being corrupted, but new disks didn't solve it either. I even
tried every type of image including the new errata's. I give up! Please let me
know when or if this will ever get fixed. If you have any questions about my
system setup, just email me. Thanks,  -Max Berman  --bermam@rpi.edu
Comment 2 Rene Skrodzki 1999-11-16 21:58:59 EST
I to have this bug, I am very dissapointed in RedHat at this point.  A quick
resolution is mandatory.
Comment 3 Daniel Ritter 1999-12-18 01:28:59 EST
It is the same problem on my Alpha (Miata) with RedHat 6.1 !
Comment 4 Daniel Ritter 1999-12-18 02:15:59 EST
I think the problem is solved ... look at bug: 7633 !!!
I have tested this bugfix and it works on my box ...
Comment 5 Cristian Gafton 2000-01-27 02:37:59 EST
fix component
Comment 6 Jay Turner 2000-02-04 12:54:59 EST
I am closing out this bug, assuming that it was the same problem as in bug
#7633.  If you are still experiencing problems, please reopen and post the full
traceback that you are getting from python.

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