Maybe your CDROM drive is bad? Maybe the CD got damaged since it was last
functional? At any rate, the XFS ISO itself isn't the problem, as i've
used it, as have many others, presumably, without a problem.
On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, Michael Steinhart wrote:
> Thank you for your response.
> I have used the same set of RedHat CD?s to install RH9 on a test system using
> with out any problems.
> On 24 Jul 2003 at 9:11, Net Llama! wrote:
> > On Wed, 23 Jul 2003, Michael Steinhart wrote:
> > > <?xml version="1.0" ?>
> > > Redhat9 ISO problem.
> > > Super Micro 1U server
> > > Xeon 2.4
> > > 3ware 7002
> > > 2 Maxtor 160GB 7200 / 133, Raid 1
> > > I am installing Redhat9 with the ISO image that I
> downloaded from the SGI site. I created the install
> > > CD. The installer booted fine and I partitioned the disk
> as usual. The disk formatted in XFS format
> > > without any problems. Then it got to the point where it
> was to begin installing the packages and that
> > > is ware the problem is. The message I get is “Please
> insert disk 1 to continue”. I tried
> > > all of the Redhat CD’s including the SGI ISO but I
> always get the message “Wrong
> > > CDROM”, “That’s not the correct SGI-XFS
> CDROM”. I have tried this install
> > > several tomes and get the same resolute.
> > > Any help would be appreciated. I need to get out 3 systems
> in the next day.
> > Disk 1 is the first RH CD. Sounds like you've got a bad CD.
> > --
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