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> Installing Red Hat Linux, Compac Presario 920
jpsbento
post Apr 23 2004, 05:30 PM
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I have tried to install Red Hat 9.0. I press enter to start the graphical instalation and it goes directly to the text installation. after asking me what language I wan't for the instalation, and when i tell him that i want to install from de cd, a messege appers saying that the cd was not found and it blocks.
could anyone help me. because i really need this operative system.
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hughesjr
post Apr 23 2004, 05:38 PM
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http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_b...ug.cgi?id=80026

So issue this command at the first prompt (where you pressed enter):

linux nomce nousb nopcmcia

then on the first boot, press e to edit at the Grub menu ... , the go to the kernel line ... press e again ...

the add this to the end of the kernel line:

nomce nousb

after booting and logging in, then edit the file /boot/grub/menu.lst and permanently add this:

[b] nomce nousb


at the end of your kernel lines...


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