You need to tell it the complete path to the directory that has the
RedHat subdirectory. The installation is case sensitive.
Michael Cope: Harvey Mudd College '00; Armand Hammer UWC '96
This is my first post to this group, thanks for being there. I've downloaded
RedHat 5.2 and tried to install it unsuccessfully: when I get to the point
of telling to the setup prog where to get the base and rpms dir, it can't
find them. I've tried to enable all caps dir names in Explorer but it didn't
I saw something weird tho, on one of the many installation tries, I tried to
use fdisk instead of druid and i saw that fdisk lists my partitions as
/tmp/hdax instead of /dev/hdax. I've installed Slackware before and my
partitions were /dev/hdax as they are supposed to be.
Please suggest something, thanks