I must say I feel really stupid now...
I'm trying to install Red Hat v4 on our computer. It had Windows on it before, but Windows for some reason decided to shut down, so I'm using it as a practice computer now.
I went through the whole graphical installation. Since it already had Windows installed I choose to delete all partitions. At the end I got an anaconda error, saying something that I had to submit the error log to somewhere. I didn't think it was a great deal, so when it say that it was now safe to reboot the system, I did. So I'm going through the installation thing again. I can only get to where you select keyboard configuration. I select U.S. English, then it starts hanging for a while and an error msg pops up: "Input/output error during read on /dev/hdc".
I googled it... And came up with someone saying something about the hard drive being on the wrong IDE bus?? I have no idea what this means...
Thanks in advance for your help