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Old 09-12-2003, 01:44 AM   #1
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:mad: Installation prob :mad:

Hi folks !
I am tryin to install redhat 9.0 complete using "VmWare 4.x"
after going throught the process of 2 hours , while installing packages from second cd it finds courrpt rpm file for 'pdf viewer' though i have tried from different cd's the problem still persists and THERE IS NO OPTION OF IGNORING THE PACKAGE ???? There is only "OK" button and nothing else.
I tried again and removed the same corroupted package from the list through custom installation list but it suprisely asked again and i was again to zero !
Kindly help me out how to do it. Esp. how to ignore a package if that one is found corrupted.

Thx a lot in advance.


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