At 14:15 24-5-2001 -0500, Eric Sandeen wrote:
Hm, we didn't anticipate this scenario. :) FWIW, the same thing
happens under ext2, if it detects that a filesystem was not cleanly
unmounted, the install won't continue.
>> Just checking if anyone else has seen this behaviour.
> Does anyone know if this also happens when the ext2 fs is dirty or not?
Yep, the installer will ask you to reboot & fix the problem.
Indeed, it does ask you this.
First try got me a sig11 second try gave me the warning box that there is a
unchecked fs (probably boot which is ext2) and asks me to fix it first.
I don't know what is wrong with the box or the CD. it keeps barfing with
sig11 and oopses. I don't get it. If I boot the selfcompiled kernel (2.4.2
based but then from CVS instead of the redhat kernel it doesn't fall over.
Not even under serious load.
FYI it's a P1 233mmx with 64MB ram and a 20GB IDE disk.
I can send you the dmesg if you are interested.
Every program has two purposes one for which
it was written and another for which it wasn't
I use the last kind.