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Old 07-22-2007, 09:34 AM   #1
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Revisor/Anaconda Problem?

I created and install using revisor with all my custom packages. When I try to install it on a virtual machine it takes a good one-two hours just to get to the packages installing screen.

I managed to find this in the logs.

13:42:02 INFO : moving (1) to step reposetup
13:42:03 CRITICAL: No Repositories Available to Set Up
13:42:03 INFO : switching from CD [1] to 1 for
13:42:24 INFO : moving (1) to step basepkgsel

What's the basepkgsel doing? Why is it taking sooo long? Does it have to do with the CRITICAL warning? If so what am I looking for?



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