[Centos] Problems with CentOS 3.3 Disk2 Iso Image?
donavan at 4wx.net
Tue Oct 12 21:58:07 UTC 2004
>> Typically, these issues are:
>> 1) cheap/low quality media,
> Multiple disks burned, using various brands. Only disk2 fails, others
> are fine. Every time.
>> A better option, particularly if you have enough machines is to setup
>> a machine as a install server. Over the lan it's much faster than CD
>> (for me any YMMV). This box can also be turned into a local
>> repository for yum updates. It's also much faster doing an upgrade
>> off a local box. :)
> I'm building from scratch. It's not an upgrade. Still may be a
> better way though. Can you still install over HTTP?
Yes. HTTP installs are possible. Probably the best way.
I'm planning on putting together a centos howto that covers this
sometime in the near future. Bad media is a common issue.
What Redhat issue with disk two are you referring too?
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