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Old 5th October 2004, 10:07 PM
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Fresh Install Woes

Has anyone ever experienced a failure in the install during the postinstall process?

I have a Gigabyte K8NS Pro with a A64 3400. It has the Nforce 3 250 Chipset. And i'm trying to use Fedora Core 2 64bit

The install runs fine, and all the packages get installed (verified by the rescue disk), but during the postinstall process, Anaconda crashes with a trackback pointing to [Errno 5] /dev/null. Has anyone ever seen this?

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