|To:||Russell Cattelan <cattelan@xxxxxxx>|
|Subject:||Re: Redhat9 XFS ISO problem.|
|From:||"Michael Steinhart" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Thu, 24 Jul 2003 13:59:33 -0400|
|Reply-to:||Michael Steinhart <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
Thank you, this appears to be the problem.
The .discinfo file on the RedHat CD is dated 02/27/2003 5:20 PM:
Red Hat Linux 9
I found in the MAKEFILE the entry for CDVER:
CDVERS = "1047611055.799229\nRed Hat Linux 9\ni386\n4\nRedHat/base\nRedHat/RPMS\nRedHat/pixmaps\n"
I would like to create a new ISO image with the correct version ID.
Any tips on how to accomplish this.
On 24 Jul 2003 at 11:08, Russell Cattelan wrote:
> Check the .discinfo file on the RH CD
> it should look like this:
> 1047611055.799229 <- This number has to match the XFS iso
> Red Hat Linux 9
> If is doesn't match then probably have a newer version of
> the RH cds?
> You have a couple of options here.
> Either copy all the rpms from RH cd 1-3 and the XFS installer iso into a
> directory that can be nfs mounted at install time.
> <nfs exported dir>/RedHat/RPMS/
> you will then need to copy the base dir from the XFS installer iso to
> <nfs exported dir>/RedHat/base/
> us the boot.iso or the flp images from the images dir on the XFS
> installer iso.
> Rebuild the XFS installer iso with the correct .discinfo.
> The Makefile in the rebuildme dir has a rule with the correct
> mkisofs cmd.
> Find the original RH9 cd's.
> On Wed, 2003-07-23 at 22:56, Michael Steinhart wrote:
> > 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 B Please insert disk 1 to continueB . I tried all of the Redhat
> > CDB s including the SGI ISO but I always get the message B Wrong
> > CDROMB , B ThatB s not the correct SGI-XFS CDROMB . 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.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Michael Steinhart
> > ___________________________________________________________
> > Michael Steinhart OPCenter.net
> > mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx PMH Network Services, Inc.
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> > Emerson, NJ 07630
Michael Steinhart OPCenter.net
mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx PMH Network Services, Inc.
http://www.opcenter.net 284 Ackerman Ave
Emerson, NJ 07630
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