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Re: Install Linux even if errors occur during installation



Well,
I would reburn the CD - that's the easy solution. It sometimes happens
during the burn process that your PC messes up. Have you verified the CRC of
the ISO you downloaded? It could be incomplete.

To skip, go into the details of packages you want to install - BEFORE YOU
BEGIN the installation, and do not choose RSH. However, if your problem is
one of the above, you're just gonna run into problems with the next package
too. Burning takes less than 10 minutes, so I would try with a new CD. If
that doesn't work, verify you got the right ISO - and start over. The end
result is much better if you don't ignore problems as you go.

Best Regards
  Peter Larsen

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Blessing Kamutande" <Kamutandeb aamines co zw>
To: <Psyche-list redhat com>
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 17:40 PM
Subject: Install Linux even if errors occur during installation


> Dear All,
> I have just downloaded the Linux Distros from the Internet and my problem
is
> that the installation has a problem reading the package rsh, and this
> happens when it has installed up to 99%.
> My question is how do I continue with the Installation?? Linux does not
> offer me any choice to skip this file and continue.
> Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
>
> Rgds
> Blessing
>
>
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