When Upgrading two Redhat 6.0 systems to rh6.1 I got a
garbled screen at the end of the install when the X server
was shutting down. This happened on both a system using the
vga16 server and one using the svga server.
Also, to do the install I booted off the CD. My systems will
boot off a cd if it is present so I would like to remove it
before rebooting at the end of the install. The problem is
that even though you have a dialog saying "remove install
media" you didn't unmount the CD so I couldn't remove it
without first rebooting.
P.S> You can close my other open bug
(email@example.com) since this was resolved by the
production release even though no-one ever even looked at
*** Bug 6134 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
After finishing installation the screen "Congratulations :
The installation is complete" tells the user to remove the
boot media. However the cdrom is NOT unmounted yet resulting
in not being able to remove the boot media.
------- Additional Comments From firstname.lastname@example.org 10/20/99 10:34 -------
This issue has been passed on to a developer for further action.
*** Bug 6351 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 7554 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Am closing out this bug. The garbled screen at the end of the installation is
just a side-effect of the Xserver dying, and the "please remove CD" issue is
fixed in Rawhide.