Strange behavior with upgrade to RH 7.3
netllama at linux-sxs.org
Fri Sep 6 02:15:11 CEST 2002
Rich Shepard wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Sep 2002, Net Llama! wrote:
>>WHat kind of hardware are you working with? This is definitely not
>>normal, and i've done quite a lot of Redhat-7.x installs.
> A solid, reliable PII/333MHz with 328M RAM an nVidia (is that the name?)
> with the RIVA 128 chipset and 4M vRAM, a Creative/24X cdrom, a Plextor
> 10/12/32 FW-SCSI cd-rw and a Tandberg SLR-60 FW-SCSI tape drive. It's more
> the RH installer, I believe. Too cute by half and not as solid as the TUI or
> ncurses UIs that used to be the norm.
The curses installer is still available.
>>This sounds like a hardware problem, especially combined with the odd
>>install problems that you had with RH. Perhaps the videocard is
>>failing, or maybe even the system memory? Hard to tell at this point.
> A lot is getting the fonts and other pieces back again. Amazing what a
> difference that makes. :-)
That just further proves that you can't upgrade from 6.2 to 7.3. If you
have to put stuff back that was there before the upgrade, then the
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