Originally posted by phoenix_wolf
I know the installation works up to a point because I tried it out on another pc but I stopped it when it asked me to select the keyboard, because I did not need it on that pc. Do you think it could be the PC or could it be bios or what?
I have the same problem as you, I had SUSE running on this machine, downloaded the new fedora 2 burned the cd,s when the cd boots up, it gets as far as loading up anaconda and then it crashes and the computer reboots.
this is on a IWILL MPX2 with dual Atlhon MP's 2400 and 1 gig corsair ram with latest bios.
this core 2 is way too alpha for me. guess I'll go back to SUSE.
the only reason I did this is I was setting up tomcat on Apache and the instructions I had were based on a redhat installation, I got as far as rebooting and tomcat running once on the SUSE installation, and then I could not get it to work again, since I'm a newbie on Linux I figured I would do it on redhat and see if it went better.
the Apache examples for redhat are in /usr/local/apache2 BUT in SUSE as far as I can tell Apache is all over the place(keep in mind I'm new on Linux) no bashing was meant .