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microsvc 10-02-2005 09:23 AM

SUSE 10.0 DVD install asks for CD2
 
I'm installing Suse 10 from a DVD and it asks me to install CD2. There is no cd2 with the DVD for obvious reasons. How can I work around this?

Regards.

ronkymac 10-02-2005 09:42 AM

Open DVD drive, close it again, and tell the installer you've put CD 2 in the drive. At least, that's how the fedora installation works, so I'm guessing that the SUSE installer should be the same.

paul_e_t 10-02-2005 05:06 PM

For microsvc
Don't forget to come back and let us know if it worked since yours is one of the first 10.0 installs that I've seen.

microsvc 10-02-2005 06:51 PM

I tried this suggestion and it didnt work. To add: I have run into this before while doing an upgrade on another DISTRO, so when I went back and told it to reformat, I didnt get this problem, but not with this one. Clean installing and it still wants CD2 (and its showing it wants all 5 eventually).

Regards, Bob

idanm 10-19-2005 12:40 PM

I've downloaded:
15dd28b992a6be9ca592b5c08b959bdd *Suse-10.0-0-Dvd.iso
from emule, and I'm having the same problem. the dir /media.2 that it's looking for isn't there. I think this is a bad image (not official)
now I'm downloading:
320976f73076eb96b3c9226c9ae0cb70 SUSE-10.0-EvalDVD-i386-GM.iso
link in this page:
http://forums.suselinuxsupport.de/lo...hp/t21014.html
very high speed.

Regards

onjoo 10-19-2005 02:22 PM

Well it is your own fault if you download unofficial dvd.

You can download the official one with torrent or straight from suse mirrors.
Suse10-eval dvd has the same content as the 5 cds, Suse just put the files on a DVD and modified the image so it identified itself as dvd.

TO microsvc :
What did you download and where? complete dvd, evalDVD, liveDVD?

idanm 10-19-2005 07:07 PM

ok, now I'm installing the eval-dvd and it doesn't have the problem like the one before.
I think it's because the index file on the bad image contains paths like "./CD1/COPYING "(cd1-5) and not ./DVD/COPYING as in the eval DVD.
I guess it's the same problem you got. so I advice you to download this version.


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