Re: redhat-config-packages using iso image
From: bob flynn (bob.flynn_at_s3group.com)
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2005 08:57:59 +0100 To: email@example.com
bob flynn wrote:
>I want to do the following. Run redhat-config-package pointing to
>loopback mounts of iso images.
>My understanding is the following works.
>1. copy .discinfo from the first disk to the subdirectory containing the
>ie folder redhat contains
>this should allow the following to work.
>the problem is that I cannot get it to work. I get an error message
>installation tree not found. The path does not look like a proper
>Note the above folder details were an example, I want to sort this out
>for an internal set of images for
>redhat enterprise 3 x
>redhat enterprise 4 x
>I figure the method is common to all. I simply cannot get it working at
>the moment. Any help appreciated.
Further investigation has got me this far. If I run
the installer starts, it shows the images but there are a couple of
1. The main scroll bar does not work, ie you cannot scroll down to see
packages other than what is immediatly displayed.
2. Taking an example. If I select Engineering and Scientific, and then
deselect all packages other than units. Click on update.
I get the following error message;
The following packages could not be found. Installation cannot continue
until they are installed.
Unlocated package libartsc.so.O
There may be more, but again the scroll function does not work on this
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