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Old 09-03-2003, 08:42 PM   #1
vaganga
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reading in REDHAT 7.3 LINUX THE CD CREATED IN WINDFOWS/XP


I had downloaded Redhat 7.3 linux errata kernel 2.4.20.7.i386 using windoxp and saved on a cd.
I tried to ls this cd in redhat 7.3 linux in the directory /mnt/cdrom
I am getting three following files
autrun.inf,
updfrchk.exe,
udfrinst.zl
and I can not see the files i had fd9ownloaded
I need the files downloaded to update the kernel.
I would appreciate if any could help me in this
 
Old 09-03-2003, 08:56 PM   #2
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All I can say is that most likely u've inserted the wrong CD, or you burnt the CD incorrectly.

Files don't just dissapear by themselves from a CD.
 
  


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