On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 4:30 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan <[email protected]> wrote:I never do a media check, takes time and is...ummm...kinda useless!! If the media works, then there is no need to check it, if it doesn't work, then you don't have to check it either, because you'll know it when the installation fails!
On Thu, 2008-09-25 at 00:02 +0530, E.H wrote:bugzilla.redhat.com. Note that you'll have to register.
> Sorry...Figured it out finally.....
> the problem is this
> When i perform media check on the Fedora 9 i386 DVD... the program
> checks the DVD verifies the checksum and waits for the next disk to be
> But since for me its a single DVD. I dont have to go for another disk
> so i am pressing continue with the same disk in the drive and it says
> what i am supposed to do is
> After the media check...it seems i have to reboot the system
> and boot from the DVD again and skip the media check.
> Now why wasn't this considered that idiots like me...need a
> notification on stuff like this...I dont have five CD's and so i dont
> have to reboot and go back to download or burn the rest of my cds.
> This kinda turns into a SNAFU situation.
> Where can i report this?
AFAIK the install process is not supposed to behave like this, i.e. you
should be able to proceed directly to installation after checking the
media, without rebooting. If that isn't working it may be a bug in the
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