Re: Redhat 9 network installation
Date: 27 Aug 2003 03:13:01 -0700
RodgerH <email@example.com> wrote in message news:<ckI2b.firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Fredo wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I Want to install Red Hat 9 with network.
> > On the server, I copied the directories base and RPMS of the cdrom in
> > a directory RedHat.
> > On the PC where installation will be done :
> > I build the two boot diskettes with the images of the cdrom :
> > bootdisk.img , drvnet.img.
> > I boot the client PC with the (bootdisk.img ) diskette.
> > and the other diskette with the FTP Method.
> > During the installation the ftp server is well discovered but when it
> > searchs the package list, I have the following error :
> > - > hdlist not found
> > Anyone can help me pleaaaaase !
> > PS : I have tried the http method, the nfs method, but every method
> > does not work.
> Maybe you should give this a try - -
> Red Hat Linux 9: Red Hat Linux x86 Installation Guide
> Chapter 3, section 3.9
Thank you for this information but I've done all that is described in
The problem is that the file named base/hdlist in the doc is not
retrieved in my distribution. And I have downloaded two different sets
of that distribution.
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