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Old 24th February 2006, 08:49 PM
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Anaconda Exception error:

Anyone having install issues with FC5 test3.

I am using a Dell Latitude C800 FC4 with current up2date pacakges on it for an upgrade procedure.

See attached file for the exception output.

I told the system to keep the existing Grub configuration and update it only. However after the reboot from the exception error, I find out that the vmlinux/initrd files where all deleted from the boot partition and I had to recover from a floppy and re-copy my backup vmlinux/initrd files back to the boot partition.
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