> 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.
IIRC RedHat does sometimes rebuild the CD's with errata packages included.
I guess the XFS installer will only work with the first version of the
RedHat 9 CD. Maybe someone knows more about this.
> 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 ext3
>> 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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