From: Brian Ipsen (Brian.Ipsen_at_andebakken.dk)
Date: Fri 06 Dec 2002 - 17:54:14 GMT
> > Due to the fact that I'm using updated/self-created RH 8.0 CD's, I have
> > some problem install a minimal RH 8.0 server. I've patched the
> > install-script to find the RPM packages in /var/tmp/rh80 - no
> > problem. Then I've created my own rh8.0-minimum file. That also seems
> > OK - until I want to install a new vserver using newvserver. The package
> > installation starts up OK, but hangs when libgcc is being installed.
> > I've put my rh8.0-minimum at
> > http://www.andebakken.dk/vserver/rh8.0-minimum - I don't know if I've
> > forgotten any packages, but the installation doesn't complain
> > about missing dependencies. Is it my kernel (2.4.19ctx-14) - or maybe
> > vrpm program that is broken ??
> vrpm is just a wrapper for rpm program in your installation.
> did you upgrade your rpm in your rh80 install to the rpms mentioned in
> an earlier post (fixing rpm hangs in rh80)?
> you can get them here: ftp://people.redhat.com/jbj/test-4.1
> use these in your rh80 cd, and atleast rpm works fine.
Thanks - that really did the trick ;-)