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Re: question about anaconda and strange hardware.



Ok, I've figured one more step out, which confuses me even further.  On
FC1, with a default NFS mount (copying all the CDs into 1 directory,
then exporting it), I get "That directory does not seem to contain a
anaconda installation tree."  On a whim, I tried adding a RedHat
directory in there.. (both renaming Fedora to RedHat as well as just ln
-s).  After that, I get "The anaconda installation tree in that
directory does not seem to match your boot media."

Ideas?

On Wed, 2004-02-11 at 10:46, Jeremy Huber wrote:
> If this is the wrong arena to ask this, sorry.. I'll take it elsewhere.
> 
> I've attempting to get either RH9 or Fedora Core 1 loaded onto a Cobalt
> RaQ3, which I realize is unsupported.  I've gotten RedHat 8 on, but it seems
> that whatever changes were made to the installer at RH9 have confounded me.
> I also don't know if my problem lies with the installer or with the boot
> kernel itself.  I can get both RH9 and Fedora to the point where it asks for
> the installation type.  No matter which type of network installation I
> choose, it says that it cannot find an installation there.  (Even though I
> can FTP in, NFS mount, etc and it works fine for normal installations).
> Looking at the logs, it's even successfully making the FTP or NFS
> connection, but doesn't think it's right.  Any ideas if I'm missing some
> kernel modules, or if it's the installer?
> 
> TIA,
> Jeremy
> 
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