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Re: Re:Re: install from custom



Regarding Brett Schwarz's method, did you notice that in RH9 the boot.img &
boot.cat files are in different place vs. RH8.  You should specify the
correct name/location in your 'mkisofs' command.

After you try the 2nd way, let us know if it worked for you, and what its
recipe.

BTW, if you have problems in choosing packages according to dependencies I
can give you a simple way to do that, that I figured out.

/avner


----- Original Message -----
From: David Brownlee
To: avner kinor com
Sent: Monday, May 05, 2003 9:59 PM
Subject: Re: Re:Re: install from custom


Thanks for the suggestion.  After posting my message, that was the next
thing I tried.  Unfortunately, it did not work for me.  I can not imagine
what I might have  done wrong since it is just copying a file.  Anyway,
someone else posted his "recipe" for making RH9 CD-ROMs and those steps have
worked for me.  I have been able to remove unwanted packages and add non-rh
packages and get it to fit on a single CD-ROM.  The last step is to upgrade
the rh9 packages and put the kickstart file on the CD-ROM so that I'm only
prompted to set the root password.  I think this part of the process was
working for me already so I'm hopeful that I will meet might objective
tonight.

Thanks again for your reply!  It is appreciated.


>From: "Avner BenHanoch" <avner kinor com>
>To: "David Brownlee" <bogofilter hotmail com>
>Subject: Re: Re:Re: install from custom
>Date: Sun, 4 May 2003 14:16:30 +0200
>
>It seems that your problem is similar to the one I had.
>the .discinfo should do the job.
>Brett's procedure didn't copy it from the 3 orig CDs because it is a hidden
>file.
>copy it manually (from CD1) to the root of your ONE_CD dir, or use a flag
>for cp to copy hidden files.
>/avner
>
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: David Brownlee
>   To: anaconda-devel-list redhat com
>   Sent: Friday, May 02, 2003 4:09 AM
>   Subject: Re:Re: install from custom
>
>
>   Me2.
>
>   I had the same problem with RH9.  There is no trackback because the
>   installer is still functioning.  In my case, I had a kickstart file on
>the
>   CD with instructions to install from the CD but instead, I was prompted
>for
>   the installation method.  The installer just does not recognize the CD
>as a
>   RH9 CD.  I shouldn't be seeing the "Installation Method" dialog box at
>all.
>   However, if I choose "Local CDROM", the installer immediately comes back
>   with "CD Not Found - The Red Hat Linux CD was not found in any of your
>CDROM
>   drives.  Please insert the Red Hat Linux CD and press OK to retry".  If
>I
>   Alt-F3, I see a "* trying to mount device hdc" line for each retry.  The
>   preceeding line is "starting to STEP_URL" if that helps.  If I Alt-F4,
>right
>   after the NatSemi driver loads for eth1, I see these lines (hand typed
>   carefully):
>
>   <4>FAT: bogus logical sector size 0
>   <4>VFS: Can't find a valid FAT filesystem on dev 16:00.
>   <4>VFS: Can't find ext2 filesystem on dev ide1(22,0)
>   <7>ISO 9660 Extensions: RRIP_1991A
>   <7>ISO 9660 Extensions: RRIP_1991A
>   <7>ISO 9660 Extensions: RRIP_1991A
>   <7>ISO 9660 Extensions: RRIP_1991A
>   <7>ISO 9660 Extensions: RRIP_1991A
>
>   The last line repeats for each retry attempt.  I've done many kickstarts
>but
>   I'm new to anaconda and python.  However, I was able to follow the
>   instructions in your article for RH8 to successfully build a few
>different
>   configurations.  I didn't know about the .discinfo file so I will look
>for
>   that next but, maybe this additional level of detail will be helpfull.
>
>   Thanks for your help and the great LJ article!
>
>
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