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Old 09-12-2003, 05:05 PM   #1
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Unhappy RH 9.0 Add/Remove Programs

Hello friends...

I just installed RH 9.0 on a Dell Latitude laptop. Install went just fine (This flavor rocks compared to debian). Realized I need development tools to compile and install Kismet. Went into Add/Remove programs to install development tools (KDE) and the program prompts me for Disk 2 (CD). Insert disk 2 and the program responds the cd is unreadable. CD worked 2 hours ago with the first install. Reburn cd (downloaded from RH web site) and try again. Same result. Do I need to mount this a special way for this to work? Can browse the cd and install manually, but prefer not to. Could reinstall, but I'de like to figure this out. Thanks for reading this.



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