[CentOS] 6.3 installer keeps cycling in a 10 second countdown to boot

Sun Nov 25 05:02:59 UTC 2012
Phil Dobbin <bukowskiscat at gmail.com>

On 11/25/2012 04:51 AM, Aleksey Tsalolikhin wrote:

> Hi.  I've been running CentOS 5 for ages.  (Thanks!)
> I went to install 6.3 - I downloaded the 64-bit DVD 1 image, and put
> it on a USB drive.  Booted into a screen that said boot will start in
> 10.. 9... 8.. 7.. 6.. 5.. 4.. 3.. 2.. 1.. 10.. and so on, infinite
> loop, the boot never starts.
> I tried booting in text mode, but it doesn't boot, just goes back to the menu.
> Is there some way to find out why the centos installer refuses to start?
> I used to have CentOS 5 on this system.  I'd expect 6 to work.

Have you checked the integrity of the image on the USB drive or the USB
drive itself? Have you Googled your problem to see if anybody else has
experienced the same thing?

Alternatively, you could download the net install iso (it's very small)
& burn a copy of that. Or if you have access to Apache somewhere, you
can copy the DVD iso to /var/www/html/ & do a network install from
there. Same thing goes for an NFS install (I've no idea of what
resources you have).



currently (ab)using
CentOS 5.8 & 6.3, Debian Squeeze & Wheezy, Fedora Beefy, OS X Snow
Leopard & Ubuntu Precise & Quantal

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