Re: how do I interrupt an install?
On Thu, Oct 19, 2006 at 09:33:36AM -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Thanks Len. If I don't get a better answer, I'll try killing the
> process. I can't setup a proxy on the 486 because the drive is too
> small; I'm really shoehorned in here.
> If nothing else works, I'll try building a bigger USB stick image and
> put a larger iso file (the full net-inst). I'd have to split it in two
> to sneaker net it over via ZIP disk and cat it together, since the 486
> doesn't do USB either. I built the USB under a RIP linux CD that I had
> lying around.
> Either way, I consider this a bug and will put it in an installation
I am surprised if it doesn't timeout when the connection dies. I really
think it should. Not timing out on lost connection is a bug.