Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 75246
Installation /mnt/sysimage/var/tmp/zlib-1.1.4-4.i386.rpm (cannot be opened)
Last modified: 2015-01-07 19:00:55 EST
/mnt/sysimage/var/tmp/zlib-1.1.4-4.i386.rpm (cannot be opened) due to missing
file, bad package, bad media. I have run MD5SUM, (checksum ok); and checked
the media (cd's)during the install process, (all ok), then scanned for HD bad
blocks during the install, the hard disk is ok. I've tried it several times and
it fails each time on this file open error.
This is a (possibly) an anaconda problem.
Same bug as described in 74718.
See my comment in 74718.
I've tried all of the suggestions in
+Same bug as described in 74718.
+See my comment in 74718.
but I am still unable to get it to work.
Oddly enough... my machine also has 2 cd drives. One is a cd-r the other a cd-
rw. I started the install using the other drive (cd-r) and the install seems
to be working fine...I have completed 380 packages and it's still
going......maybe it will finish.
We got a winner! ...possibly.
So maybe its the use of a CD-RW drive to read and
8.0 (Anaconda) that is the issue. Some
other users have mentioned that a CD-RW is in play
this bug or 74718).
I have a simple CD-R drive that I will swap out
with the CD-RW and try the
installation with it.
Yesterday, I tried de-tuning my machine and our
error occurred just
the same. In Bios I reverted to
2x AGP, changed all IDE to PIO Mode 2 and disabled
had no effect, error occurred exactly
Also, I tried my custom install choices BUT
the zlib library. The system froze as soon as the install
completed and it was to begin reading
install files, but I am not sure it was because of
removing zlib from my custom install. Removing zlib
also meant 'ignoring dependencies' so
that is another
Working on a fix...
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 75377 ***