Never been able to get NFS install to work properly, i would recommend
that you set up a ftp server and copy both CDs in a same directory (so
all the RPMs will be under say : /var/ftp/pub/redhat7/Redhat/RPMS/)
Works fine for me.
On Wed, 2001-10-17 at 09:13, Declan Grady wrote:
> Thanks Steph,
> I managed to get an updated bios image from asus' website and flashed the
> bios yesterday.
> I remember reading somewhere that the bios had to be 3.07, which is what i
> now have.
>> Next prob ... I dont have a cd drive in this machine, so i should export the
> cd from another machine as an nfs share, by adding the mount point to the
> /etc/exports file and restarting nfsd ?
> Do i need the ip of the "client" in /etc/hosts.allow ?
>> or .... since my other desk machine is dual boot win98/redhat7 could run an
> ftp server under 'doze and install by ftp ?
>> Suggestions welcome.
>> Thanks again.
>>> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Stephane Dudzinski"
>>> > I tend to think that it is more a driver issue, redhat states that :
> > NCR 53c810 PCI Scsi Controller is the only one compatible, if it is the
> > one you have, then something might be wrong (as you were saying) in the
> > bios or firmware.
> > The official ncr support site seems to be down (http://support.ncr.com),
> > i'm sure a big site maintaining firmware drivers is out there, you might
> > google for it :)
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