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Re: Install woes - boottime.kmap.gz

I had this problem on the net install version..   so what I did   was have it install the base system from the cdrom  not the net.. and it then moved on in the config as normal..

then ofcourse after the install I ran the dist-upgrade   and everything was brought up to date

On Mon, 2002-05-06 at 04:12, Theo Bierman wrote:
Hi List

I have just installed woody on a machine, installation went fine ie drivers install, base install etc etc, then upon rebooting I ran into this:

During base-config, where it asks for:
1). Time Zone
2). Passwords....
2). Root Password
3). Add user

Then it says loading /etc/console/boottime.kmap.gz

And it goes through these steps again. So then I enter the appropriate info and then it says:

/etc/console/boottime.kmap.gz and goes through the entire process again. It won't get past it..... it's almost as if it won't accept my timezone settings....

any ideas?

Theo Bierman
Customer Implementation Team
UUNET S.A., a WorldCom Company
Tel: +27 11 235-6621
Fax: +27 11 235-6501
E-Mail:  theo@za.uu.net
Customer Service Centre:  08600 UUNET / 08600 88638

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