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Description of problem:
The installer seems to take offense at me changing the partitions. I have tried
several different variations. The install halts and complains that this "is
most likely a bug" it seems to always give me anaconda as the possible culprit.
However... I had one default install work just fine. i.e. I checked on
"workstation" and used the default partition scheme and it worked fine. 5 other
attempts where I have set partition sizes have all failed, usually before
getting to package selection, but not always.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Qualifier on "Every time" : every time I try to set the partitions by hand,
regardless of size or number.
1.start the install
2.select the partitions with disk druid
2a. When doing a text-based install it seems to look at the drive right after
this step and it fails with the "bug" message. Using the GUI install it doesn't
seem to look for the drive til after pkg selection...
3.If it gets to package selection, select packges
5.watch cd spin and drive light blink for 5-7 minutes.
6.Read error message and save system state to floppy
Actual Results: I have to abort install
Expected Results: install should continue
I'm placing the bug report severity as high, because ability to custom install
is severely hindered. I will test on a few more platforms to see if it is
repeatable on them, I figured you would want the system state info as soon as
possible though, in case it does give good info on a potential bug in anaconda.
Please test your CD(s). The error log shows dozens of read errors fromt the CD
Closing due to inactivity - please reopen if you have additional information to add.