I have been trying for the last couple of days to sucessfully burn a CD to upgrade my current Linux Server version 7.1 to 7.2. *RedHat*
I downloaded the .iso files, and burned them to CDs. About 40 CDs to be more exact, since I can never load from them.
I thought maybe the download files were corrupt, so I downloaded again from another site.
I am trying to burn the CDs on a Windows 2000 Professional desktop PC. I made a boot diskette, and am trying to load the Linux OS from the CD after the machine boots to the install program.
The boot diskette is working flawlessly, but with every CD that I have put in the Linux Server, I get an error stating that it can't find a Linux RedHat CDROM, and to put one in the machine.
I've tried buring the CD as an ISO9660, and as Joilet. No luck either way. I've even tried adding folders like images, and RedHat and putting the ISO files that I downloaded into them on the CD.
What am I doing wrong? I know it would be easier if I just went out and bought the program, and I might just do that anyway, but I'd really like to know what I am doing wrong.
Thank you in advance for any responses and help!