FWIW, I am in exactly same situation.
Also, my though was that it was a dud image - though I can mount it on
my other linux box and it looks ok there (i.e. has the usual file
System that I am trying to install it on boots fine into RH 6.2 and
installs all the way without trouble. It's a AMD K2-200, 128 MB RAM,
6GB HD (Master 1st IDE) and one CD-ROM (Master 2nd IDE). The
system also has a PCI network card and a SB Vibra. No SCSI controllers.
I downloaded the images from www.linuxiso.org.
> > Do you have mutliple IDE CDRoms....???? I knwo that seems like a
> > question, but if you downloaded the iso and burnt it to CD, then
> > likely have a CDROM and a CD-Writer. If they are both internal,
> > switching the CD to the other drive.......
> Na... I burned the two cds (disk 1 sio and disk 2 iso) on another
> I just have a cdrom on the machine I'm trying to install onto. .. I'm
> booting from the cd and get a fair way into the install (pick
> key board etc..) but when it's time to get the image off the cd, the
> installer replies, "can't find rehat cd"
> > Nisi
> > www.mindlessmayhem.com
> > >I am upgrading to RH 7.0. When the installer get to the point
> > >cdrom or hard disk install", I get the error, "can't find redhat
> > >However, I booted from the redhat 7.0 cdrom. Any thoughts on what
> > >going on here? COuld I have downloaded a bad iso image?
> > >Kirk
> > >--
> > >Kirk R. Wythers University of Minnesota
> > >Tel: 612.625.22611530 Cleveland Ave. N.
> > >Fax: 612 625.5212 Saint Paul, MN
> Kirk R. Wythers University of Minnesota
> tel: 612.625.2261 1530 Cleveland Ave. N.
> fax: 612.625.5212 Saint Paul, MN 55108
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