Re: Unable to read header list
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 01:24:03 +0800
It is a bug of Redhat 9, try a search in google with the words "install ftp
redhat 9" or "9-updates.img"
You will find there is a 9-updates.img. Use this image to create a new
Boot with the first boot disk and U will see the console, type "linux
Then, it will prompt U to insert the new "9-updates.img" disk.
Insert the disk and U will success install the system.
"Vilmos Soti" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> firstname.lastname@example.org (Neeraj) writes:
> > Hello,
> > I am using a kickstart file to install over ftp. The ftp server is
> > running on an windows 2000 workstation.
> > After the installation retrieves the image the following error is
> > displayed:
> > "Unable to read header list. This may be due to a missing file or bad
> > media"
> Check the ftp server's log which files are missing.
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