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Old 07-24-2006, 02:16 AM   #1
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Remastered CD install issue - FC5


I have remastered CD1 of FC5...i.e, i have stripped off a couple of RPM's from the original disc and remade an iso image of my new disc... This new disc boots fine & i am able to go thru the steps of install on CD1..

My problem though is that unlike a regular fedora disc that actually asks to insert CD2 to continue install, my system installs everythin on CD1 and then comes up with a message saying " Install complete..... remove the Disc and press Reeboot "...

Therefore am unable to go thru the complete process of installin all 5 CD's.... What is the file that needs to be modified to tell the installer to continue installation from the remaining CD's ???

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