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Old 29th June 2010, 12:29 PM
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Fedora 13: Fatal Error - openjpeg-libs package

Hello,

I downloaded and burnt the DVD image for fedora 13 and am now trying to install it (verified using the checksum). During installation I get the following error:

Error Installing package

A fatal error occurred when installing the openjpeg-libs package. This could indicate errors when reading the installation media. Installation cannot continue .

Its the JPEG 2000 codec library. Duing installation we get an option of customizing and choosing the packages to be installed. Other users who had similar probs (for other packages) unchecked the particular package and continued with the installation. However, it cant be done for this particular library. Any idea as to what might be causing the problem and how should I solve it??

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