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Re. CD'S not reading during install- My Bad



Re: fedora-list Digest, Vol 3, Issue 292
my implication was older than a pII  even older than A pI but then fc1 will not install on a 486 saying does not meed minimun system requirements. Or was that the java desktop that would not install. (but old cd players will not always read burned cd's) but
YOUR  RIGHT IT WAS NOT THE PROBLEM HERE __MY BAD ! 

also I found that ( included in my problem was the realization that when during istallation when requesting the second cd the file it was looking for was actually on the 1st cd. just by trying all the differnt cd's. it found what it was looking for and completed the installation.




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Message: 7
Date: Thu, 20 May 2004 12:49:29 -0400
From: Peter Draksler <fedora tiburon labstest mcmaster ca>
Subject: Re: IBM 300pl ---your old cd player will not read burned cd's
	get a new	cd player $8 thats what I did.
To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
Message-ID: <40ACE199 3000700 tiburon mcmaster ca>
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Charles Tharp wrote:
> subject only
> short and sweet
> 
> 

Not true.  I've installed FC1 and other older versions of Redhat on a 
number of IBM 300PL systems using the factory cd player and burned 
install CDs.

Peter




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