Slight correction to your instructions - type "linux updates" ;-)
The installation went fine after loading the update disk. However, upon
reboot, raidautorun reports "failed to open /dev/md0" which obviously
leads to a kernel panic (my / is on md0). Suggestions?
Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Hi Michael -
> Sorry about that, anaconda does a lot of mix-n-match on variable names -
> "fsystem" should have been "fsType" in this case. :)
> Can you grab this floppy image:
> and write it to a floppy, then boot the original CD and type either
> "linux update" or "text update" at the prompt, and then insert your
> floppy when it asks? This should solve it - let me know how it goes!
> BTW, since XFS 1.0 is out today, you might want to grab those bits
> instead, although this problem is still in the 1.0 installer,
> unfortunately. (the update disk should work with any recent iso)
> > Both the test3 and test2 isos bomb out after using disk druid (when I
> > hit the "next" button) to partition 2 40GB drives. I haven't tried
> > test1. I am trying to configure and install onto RAID 1. The official
> > RH7.1 iso got past this point w/o a problem. The motherboard is an Asus
> > A7V with the VIA VT8363 and VT82C686A chipsets (the drives are hanging
> > off the ATA100 controllers). Also, the drives were previously configured
> > for RAID 1 under RH7. Since it's relatively small, I've attached the
> > anacdump.txt file from the aborted test3 install. Any other info I can
> > provide?