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Old 03-21-2001, 02:01 AM   #1
Tim Watson
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I have decided to install Linux RedHat 7 on my computer. This for most may seem as a fairly simple and reasonable thing to do. I have just spent the past couple of days trying to download the Linux RedHat 7 ISO's from the ftp site and have finally succeeded. I hastily burnt my new RedHat CDs and prepared to install. I had gone through all the configuration for installing Linux and waited for it to install. So far, all is good. Once the install is finished I wait for it to say something similar to 'Congratulations! Install Complete!' but no, instead I get a whole lot of error messages to do with anaconda and having 'todo.py' files not running etc.

My system:
AMD K6-II 450
128MB RAM
4GB Primary Master
2GB Secondary Master
Pioneer DVD
Panasonic SCSI Burner
Int. ZIP-100 Drive

Can anyone relate to this or give me some advice?
 
  


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