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After I've done all the Anaconda configuration with FC4T2/FC3.91, when it says "Transfering install image to hard disk" it comes up with a dialog about through that says "There ...
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    After I've done all the Anaconda configuration with FC4T2/FC3.91, when it says "Transfering install image to hard disk" it comes up with a dialog about through that says "There was an error copying the install image to the hard disk. Probably you ran out of disk space."

    I've tried freeing disk space, sliding around partitions, deleting the swap, ext3 and ext2 filesystems, changing the size of the partition I was installing on and puting the installer disk in my other drive.

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    Well how much space is it now?

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    12GB and the full install is ~6.6GB

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    FC4 is still in testing so it may be a flaw. I would wait if I were you. Any reason you are not using FC3 that is fully updated? It will be fairly recent software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryansmith
    FC4 is still in testing so it may be a flaw.
    FC4 will come out, as a full "finished" version in June. Untill that time, I'd suggest using FC3 as FC4t2 can break down suddenly. That's the risico of using a test version

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