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Description of problem:
I tried installing Red Hat Linux release 8.0.92 (Phoebe) on my 32 MB Pentium/100
system (the same system on which the NFS installation failed (Bugzilla bug id #
It looked rather hopeful at first, I had a tail -f on "/var/log/vsftp.log" on
the server containing the RPM packages and saw the following line appear :
Sun Dec 29 18:01:39 2002 2 10.0.0.1 9293824
/var/exports/8.0.92/RedHat/base/netstg2.img b _ o r peterve ftp 0 * c
After a while (after some questions regarding partioning, etc) Anaconda on the
P/100 resumed installation but crashed later on just on the moment it seemed to
begin actual installation.
It offered to make a crash dump to floppy, which I did. I'll attach this
crashdump to this bugzilla.
Note that I - just to be sure - ftp'ed from another machine to the server
containing the RPM's using the same login/password and successfully retreived
all files in the directories "/var/exports/8.0.92/RedHat/RPMS/" and
So the FTP server on Phoebe works as advertised, so the actual problem in this
case is probably in Anaconda.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. (reproduced twice, 1st in Dutch install language, 2nd in English).
2. Put RH Phoebe CD's content on harddisk
3. Install from another machine using FTP, use non-anonymous login, point to
4. Answer couple of questions about partitioning, etc.
Actual Results: "Exception error occured" --> crashdump on floppy.
Expected Results: FTP installation should've started.
standard packages of Red Hat Linux release 8.0.92 (Phoebe)
Created attachment 88979 [details]
Anaconda crashdump of failed ftp installation of Phoebe to Phoebe ftp server
*** Bug 80737 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Fixed in python-2.2.2-8
Is there a workaround?
Alternatively, where can I get new base/* with fixed python?
fix verified in -re0106.0
the workaround is to use anonymous ftp
*** Bug 83438 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***