Anaconda Gentoo Installer
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 16, 2004
I downloaded the .iso of this anaconda-gentoo installer, hoping that it would possibly be able to help me with a couple of problems, but when I went to boot the cd it went straight to lilo. Can anyone tell me if I would be able to use some sort of redhat bootdisk or something to boot the cd?
-CDROM is 1st boot in bios
Gentoo installer hangs at 8%
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 12, 2007
I recently grabbed a copy of a Gentoo 2007.0 AMD64 LiveCD and during both the GUI and CLI installs, it hangs at something called "dev-lang/perl-5.5.8" or something like that during the Stage3 tarball install.
Anyone have a workaround? Should I use something other than a Stage3?
How to set Asia/Calcutta as default in Time Zone Screen in Anaconda Installer?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 23, 2005
hi to all,
In Fc3 Anaconda Installer, Time Zone Selection Screen is having America/New_York as default.
But i would like change to Asia/Calcutta as default instead of America/New_York.
To achieve this i have modified timezone_gui.py,timezone_map_gui.py files in Anaconda and system-config-date rpms, but the changes are nt reflected.
So plz could any one help me out in this regard as soon as possible.
Where can i download the gentoo graphical installer?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 3, 2005
i want to install gentoo but i am not going through all that crap to install it again
apparently there is a beta installer around
any ideas where i can snap it up?
Linux installation hangs on Anaconda Installer
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 13, 2015
I have just bought a new Lenovo Z51-70 laptop with following configuration:
PROCESSOR: i5-5th Gen
RAM: 8 GB
HD: 1 TB
Graphics: AMD TROPO XT2 DDR3L 4G
Win 8.1 is the OS currently configured on it and I am trying to install RHEL6 as a dual boot option. However the installation stucks on the anaconda installer. I see the message "Running anaconda installer, please wait" and then the screen goes blank.
I don't see any problem with the installation media as I have used it in past successfully in fact I am able to install same OS in VMware with same iso image.
To me it looks like the OS is unable to recognize graphics card.
I have tried installing the OS with basic video driver option too but it hangs at the same stage.
Appreciate if anyone could help me with the solution.
RHEL7 / Centos 7 Branding Anaconda for a Corporate Installer
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 25, 2014
Has anyone created custom or coporate logos for Anaconda Installer for RHEL7 or Centos 7?
In the Redhat Enterprise Linux 7 Desktop and Migration and Administration Guide, 10.1. Branding Anaconda page 29, It claims to create a product.img so you can add your own images, and to refer to the Installation Guide.
Procedure 10.1. Changing Installer Image
1. Create a product.img file (a computer file system image). For detailed information on how to do so on
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, see the Installation Guide.
I have searched the Redhat Enterprise Linux 7 Installation Guide and cannot locate anything about creating a product.img??
Before I even bother logging a case with RHEL I wanted to put a feeler out there to see if anyone has done this?
Fedora, Gentoo or Arch?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2012
This may seem like a strange topic, but out of the three, which one gets your vote?
gentoo vs arch
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 13, 2008
Hi, I'm building a PC and I want to know which distro I should choose gentoo or arch. I want one that's fast but easy to take care of, also I have done a gentoo install before so that is not an issue, I'm just looking for one that's fast and easy to take care of, so gentoo or arch?
also if you have another suggestions fell free to comment.
note: I'm looking for an x86-64 distro.
Ubuntu or Gentoo?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 17, 2006
I'm a user of Ubuntu, and it seems quite fine, but I've been reading that users of Gentoo are saying performance on it excells from other distributions because all the packages are built from source code. I was just wondering if this is true because Ubuntu does seem choppy at times even though my hardware shouldn't pose a problem because it is up to date.
Installing Ubuntu 12.04 with Windows installer
location: linux.com - date: September 23, 2012
I recently discovered a different way to install Ubuntu desktops through the windows Ubuntu installer. It worked for the latest version... no need for iso disk or usb stick. Of course you must have Windows installed on your computer... below is the link.
Some may have already heard about this, but as usual I am late in learning.
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