Re: FTP Installation prob.
From: Kevin Nathan (knathan_at_project54.com)
Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2003 09:58:10 -0600
On Sun, 28 Sep 2003 17:21:43 +0200
Erhard Sanio <email@example.com> wrote:
> Kevin Nathan schrieb:
> > On Sun, 28 Sep 2003 14:07:21 +0200
> > Erhard Sanio <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > I did not find a question no less an answer.
> > Did you try? I found several *similar* questions (no, not exactly
> > worded like yours) and posted the most relevant looking one to
> > the OP.
> Yes. I did. Honestly. And I did read your response (thanx), which
> anyway is bit more than a week ago yet I would have embraced it
> had it solved my problem. Unfortunately, it did not. Thanks
There were some others that may be close to yours. Try searching on
groups.google.com with this search to see if any of them come close:
"installation media" group:alt.os.linux.suse
There are 96 hits and some obviously have no bearing, but others
might . . .
> Well, as a foreigner (from Vulgaria), my language may sound
> slightly rough ..
> I am still assuming that it's me who is the idiot. I often was,
> so I wouldn't deny til proof.
In my case, I've found that to be a fairly safe assumption! :-) But
that's one of the things I really *like* about Linux -- assuming it's
my fault is a pretty safe bet; with Windows, it's the other way
> Anyway: if I hit a tree several
> times I am inclined to assume that I am a lousy driver. But if the
> same tree is hit by scores of drivers, something may be wrong with
> the road. Just an idea ...
Also a good point! :-)
Here's another suggestion: I've not had experience with this yet, but
I believe YOU keeps it's ftp server list in /etc/suseservers; maybe
you can add your ftp path in that file (and make sure you set the
variable YAST2_LOADFTPSERVER to "no" in /etc/sysconfig).
-- Kevin Nathan (Montana, USA) Open standards. Open source. Open minds. The command line is the front line. Linux 2.4.10-4GB 9:42am up 35 days, 19:47, 5 users, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00