[Centos] anaconda in 3.3?
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Mon Oct 18 14:11:28 UTC 2004
I can't tell you. I wish I knew, I asume that this
issue will be resolved as almost all of them are.
--- Luis-Miguel Astudillo <lm.astudillo at sc-aigs.com>
> Will anyone at Centos fix this issue or is it a done
> deal and we have to
> live with it ?
> Since there are many potential CentOS users like
> myself, I think that
> they should take the time to fix it.
> Just my 2 cents.
> Dominic Iadicicco wrote:
> >there seems to be some issue with disk 2.
> >Now, not everyone has had problems but some have,
> >Check archives about 3.3
> >Check October
> >--- beau <phaedral at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>I'm using centos3 to study for rhce, centos came
> >>highly recommended
> >>in Michael Jang's rhce study guide. I've been
> >>having trouble
> >>isntalling via nfs, an early exercise in the book,
> >>and googling around
> >>leads me to think it might be an anaconda bug. I
> >>tried following the
> >>anaconda link on the "upgrading from 3.1" page but
> >>it's actually a
> >>duplicate of the anacron link. Does anyone know
> >>this update addresses
> >>anything along these lines? Is there any way of
> >>guessing whether
> >>an update should solve my problems, or that a full
> >>re-install with
> >>freshly downloaded 3.3 isos would be better?
> >>Robert Thomas (beau) Hayes Link
> >>beau at oblios-cap.com
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