[CentOS] bind & kickstart
Joseph L. Casale
jcasale at activenetwerx.com
Wed Jan 6 23:53:15 UTC 2010
>Maybe your networking somewhere. Replace the rpm or reburn the disk. A
>disk can check good and still be bad!
I don't follow you:)
This is a kickstart install from a cdrom with a url line pointed to a repo.
Its going across the wire for the bind rpm, that's why its using wget...
I did not only verify the hash, but used another iso and tried a physical
machine with a burned dvd. Same behavior.
There is not a network issue, see the multiple wget commands and the results.
- wget for a file on some other server works.
- wget for the rpm appears to work, but the actual file is no where
- wget for that *same* rpm, but with a -O foo works as well, but I now have a "foo"
file to show for it:)
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