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User-Agent: Mozilla/4.73 [en]C-CCK-MCD Boeing Kit (Windows NT 5.0; U)
Description of problem:
Sorry for putting this in this category but there wasn't anything logical for it ...
Repeated downloads of valhalla-SRPMS-disc1.iso and valhalla-SRPMS-disc2.iso images from your server and mirrors yield consistently incorrect
b430671d6c07303345b76e7a92edcbbe instead of 9fc872b4dca927dfd86b80cba4da4814 and
acefd79317863b506d3154f2eab4842a instead of 88f1e7b2187402e29fe1377a1209f42b.
Burned CDs using these files results in indications of corrupted file systems on both Windows 2000 and SunOS 2.8 systems.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2. Burn CD
3. Experience failure
Actual Results: CD-ROM was not useable. File system corruption indicated.
Expected Results: Read the CD-ROM.
SVGATextMode is used for changing the text console video mode.
Reassigning to anaconda component, which probably has the best stock
response for CD burning problems.
I've just checked our master servers; they check out ok there. Perhaps you have
a corrupted download?
Possibly. I downloaded twice. Identical results (hashes) each time. My somewhat amateurish notion was that the probabilities were small of two
identically-corrupted downloads ... And I did download four other iso images successfully. But, this IS a contingent universe ...
I'm willing to try again or to try from a specific source. I didn't keep accurate enough notes, the two downloads I performed might have come from
the same mirror.