Dan Burcaw (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 25 Apr 1999 16:49:25 -0600 (MDT)
> Thanks for pointing out the utempter thing.. this is fixed in the 'comps'
> file now.
Actually it was right in the comps file. I bet this person didn't download
> On Sun, 25 Apr 1999, Ben Karas wrote:
> > >If it does get past that stage, it goes fine through to package selection.
> > >After that, there is an obscure error related to "line 107" (don't recall
> > >the name of the file- I'll find it later).
> > The file it refered to was utemper. The reason this fails is that the rpm
> > is named
> > utempter. ^^^^^^^
> > ^----------------------/
> > You can download this, and the following RPMS from the ftp server once you
> > finish installing:
> > pine-4.10.ppc.rpm
> > procmail-3.13.1-2.ppc.rpm
> > sysklogd-1.3.31-3.ppc.rpm
> > XFree86-18.104.22.168-37a.ppc.rpm
> > XFree86-devel-22.214.171.124-37a.ppc.rpm
> > XFree86-libs-126.96.36.199-37a.ppc.rpm
> > XFree86-xfs-188.8.131.52-37a.ppc.rpm
> > XFree86-FBDev-184.108.40.206-37a.ppc.rpm
> > mutt seemed to be missing when I went through this.
> Mutt's there now.
> If you are doing an ftp install (or any other NON-CDROM install) you
> shouldn't need to get the update RPMS as they are already included in the
> RedHat/RPMs directory.
> > Provided you get through the downloads, you will most likely get an error
> > when the intaller tries to run Xconfigurator.
> Hmm.. it shouldn't provide an error.. what is the error you are getting?
> > What you should do is skip the step, download the rpms, and install them.
> > Once they are installed, you should run Xconfigurator yourself.
> > These errors occured because the version numbers changed. I might not have
> > listed all the rpms because I didn't install "Everything". Best method is
> > to copy down the names as you get the errors.
> > > The installer procedes to search
> > >the site for the .rpms. It can't get them, despite attempting the proper
> > >URLs (according to the record in the third terminal.) Without fail, I get
> > >one of two error messages: either the server "can't be put into sleep
> > >mode" or there is an "I/O error." I get the same messages when using
> > >ftp.yellowdoglinux.com, ftp.linuxberg.com, and the uiuc site.
> > I got this error also (something about setting up PASV failed), a second
> > try did the trick. Don't know what happened or why.
> > >Any hints? Suggestions? Thoughts?
> > >
> > >2) Is there a cd-image somewhere on the FTP site? I've tried to burn a
> > >disc in the configuration indicated by
> > If you have the hard drive space, a 2.2.x kernel should be able to access
> > HFS partitions and therefore you could save the RPMS, base, and instimage
> > inside a "RedHat" folder on your hard drive. This solves the RPM issue,
> > but takes up 382MB of space.
> > -Benjamin Karas
> Terra Soft Solutions, Inc.
> email: email@example.com
> website: http://www.yellowdoglinux.com/
Terra Soft Solutions, Inc.
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