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It's probably all about how to specify the path. Media error? SUSE / openSUSE 2 01-26-2005 08:57 PM DVD wont mon't drive stays lit "no media present" aero402 Linux - Software 5 01-05-2005 10:25 PM Problems burning ISO Images Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. This media does not support UEFI booting As the selection of the architecture in the initial graphical GRUB menu is no-longer working, you need to enter your choice of architecture on https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/suse-opensuse-60/suse-9-2-dvd-iso-install-cannot-read-package-data-from-installation-media-problem-310561/

I tried deleting partitions (someone said the same problem went away when he deleted his existing linux partition)... From Mageia, 1) Open a Terminal and type: su to switch to root. Can you give me any advise thanks George Nick Ballard wrote: Quote: I am trying to install SUSE via FTP, but after downloading YAST into ramdisk and beginning the setup, I Since SuSE figures prominently on the Mono page, that seemed like a good distro to try.

If you need to reset your password, click here. The Windows tools YUMI and UUI at PenDriveLinux (for single-boot and multi-boot) may work someday, likely with boot parameters specifying location for distro files; both unpack an iso to flash and YaST loaded regurarly. I was able to get Mandrake 10.1 to install, but gave up on it because it was having too much trouble with building the prerequisites for Mono (my reason for using

This had started off my interest so off I went and download the Dvd image form the suse website and the same error message. The size of the drive is a good way to confirm which drive you are going to reformat. 3) Unmount the device by typing (or copying & pasting): umount /dev/sdb 4) All you need to do is copy the ISO file to the grub4dos USB drive's \_ISO\MAINMENU folder (no utility needed) and then run some defrag utility to ensure the ISO file have a peek here Warm regards, Jordan Michaels Vivio Technologies Kai Zhang wrote: I have downloaded and burned CDs 3 times.

The installation gets as far as the install settings page then i recieve the above Error. on low-memory systems (256 MB RAM and less) you may need to increase the size of the temporary RAM filesystem which the installer uses. This page has been accessed 311,866 times. They gave a cd image which i extracted off the cover dvd and burn with nero 6.1.

What about booting Knoppix or other CD distro and verifying your files' integrity? The > installation gets as far as the install settings page then i recieve > the above Error. > > Any help would be greatley appreciated. > -- Check the headers de8o Registered User 18-Feb-2005 15:35 #7 I use SUSE 9.1 and had no problems. The Dual Arch ISO should be considered a minimal installation disc (a ~ 1.2Gb ISO).

They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-read/cannot-read-package-data-from-installation-media-suse-9-2.html Does SUSE begin to stop user ftp installing it? on this topic, and so far none of the suggestions have worked: I tried booting from the DVD ISO burned into a DVD. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.

Note Since Mageia 3, this ISO only contains a limited list of non-free packages for drivers: atmel, bluez, ipw2100, ipw2200, microcode, radeon, ralink, rtlwifi, and the iwlwifi-*-ucode. You'll be given the choice to add nonfree software (you don't pay for it: the non-free means it's not covered by the Free Software Foundation licensing) during install, for finding nonfree Hopefully you have solved the problem and have SUSE installed. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-read/cannot-read-package-data-from-installation-media-ftp.html Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org?

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Practical Open a console, no need to be root, and to use md5sum type: [[email protected]]$ md5sum path/to/the/image/file.iso Or to use sha1sum: [[email protected]]$ sha1sum path/to/the/image/file.iso and compare the obtained number on your

Could the problem be Nero, when i opened the dvd image i get a message about nero not recongnising the block size of the image. P.S. I don't know too much about FTP installs, as I try to always buy my copies of SuSE... you could try that.

If that's just a little bit daunting, then rufus or HPformatUSB can restore partitioning (this section to be completed) Checking the Downloaded Image File Integrity Principle Did you notice in the Please note! DVD ISO The DVD ISO image can be used to install KDE4, GNOME, Cinnamon, MATE, LXDE or XFCE, i.e. his comment is here See this article from the Damn Small Linux wiki for a very useful primer on the subject.

Each time I boot to the DVD, it eventually tries to run Yast to install, but I can't get past the opening screen due to the "Cannot read package data from On 5/12/05, Kai Zhang wrote: > Cannot read package data from installation media. I can boot up via CDROM and it leads to installation procedures. As it uses the same drakx installer as on the normal install discs, you can add the online repositories during the installation to install more packages, desktop environments...

I downloaded boot.ioi from and burned it into a CD. Note: "dumping" an image onto a flash device destroys any prior file-system in the partition; access to any data not destroyed will be lost, and partition capacity will be reduced to Does anyone has a solution. Does anyone has a solution.

This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Any help would be greatley appreciated. < Previous Next > Thread Index Author Index Date Index All Messages Search this list List Navigation Overview Next Thread Previous Thread Top of the Any advice would be helpful. These packages seem to determine the various programs you wish to install with the OS.

fcukme Registered User 18-Feb-2005 12:56 #6 Thanks for the suggestions,I orginally picked up an interest in Suse cause it was on the cover disk of this months Pc format. As it is a FTP installation, CD only loads up the some kernel modules and load up RAM drive directly from FTP server ( I use mirror.ac.uk and tried other mirrors Do not try to use the broken ISO, either download it again or use the BitTorrent (How to Fix a Broken ISO Download) method below. On 5/12/05, Kai Zhang wrote: Cannot read package data from installation media.

And WinRAR was able to unpack it to the hard-disk. if the disk still doesn't work then you have someone to complain to, or someone else may have had the same problem as you and found a work around Ste- Registered Worked perfect. I've got ADSL and disabled firewall.

these are the desktop environments available on the disc itself. I know that I'm supposed to use the FTP install, but when SuSE boots, I have no network available (my wireless network card, D-Link DWL-G120 is not support successfully on my Media Error?