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Re: [opensuse] 10.2 installation in vmware
  • From: Hoper Edei Deixai <hoper.edei.deixai@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 09 Dec 2006 12:41:26 +0100
  • Message-id: <457AA0E6.5080908@xxxxxxxxx>
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On 09/12/06 03:28, Clint Tinsley wrote:
>>>> Minimal, no floppy, no sound, LSI Logic SCSI adapter.
>>> I am going to guess this is an issue with your DVD drive or the
>>> DVD itself as I installed from a DVD drive with no problems. Have
>>> you attempted a new burn of the DVD with a verify? Could be a
>>> combination of the DVD, SuSE 10.1 and the VMware layer but that
>>> is going for the roll of the dice.
>> As already stated I used the iso as virtual dvd drive.
> My bad. I slipped on that one. I would say that it would be a
> problem with accessing the iso file, either due to a bad ISO (md5sum
> check?)
Checked after download, correct.

> or a hard disk error since the iso lives on the fixed disk;
m5sum correct, so no hd error.

> You might try burning the iso and running it from the DVD, if you
> have one. I installed from the DVD Media, not an iso being emulated
> as a CD to create my VM.
I'll wait for the ftp version to appear on the nearest mirror.
I'm quite happy with 10.1, before performing a "real" installation I
want to test 10.2 thoroughly.

Thank you for your help.
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Hoper (aka QED)
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