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Old 02-12-2004, 01:29 AM   #1
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i cant finish the installation of fedora. it cant read a file

i try to install fedora and at about 20% complete the installation just stops at a file called less-378-11.i386.rpm. the cdrom still tries to read it but it cant. i downloaded a new file (exactly the same) and reburned the install disk but my computer wont boot from the new disk. im new at this whole "linux" idea, but i want to learn. please help me fix this problem. is there any way i can reburn it and make it work? or can i just skip that file if it is unimportant? thanx.
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What is your hardware on the pc or laptop?


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