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- Nov 2006
CentOS crashes on install?
Im running VMware Server on Windows XP (Professional),i'm trying to install CentOS 4.4i836. I am able to boot run throught the initial setup. But when it actually installs the packages on my system it crashes and shuts down the installation. showing the error:
Starting graphical installtion . . .
install exited abnormally
sending terminatio signales . . .done
sending kill signals . . . done
disabling swap . . .
unmounting filesystems . ..
you my safely reboot your system
ISO that i am running is CentOS-4.4-i386-binDVD.iso
- AMD Athlon 64 2211Mhz
- L1 Cache: 128k 18120MB/s
- L2 Cashe: 512k 15459MB/s
- Memory: 2619MB/s
- Chipset: Intel i440BX
- BIOS Version/Date phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG, 02/07/2005
- SMBIOS Version: 2.2
- HDD1: Serial ATA -80GB
- HDD2: IDE - 80GB
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6600 256MB
- in vmware i have set the guest operating system as, Redhat, Other linux, other linux 2.6 kernel. Redhat enterprise linux 4.
- I have an IDE and SCSI hard drive. I have tried installing CentOS on both of these via VMware.
- i have tried to Boot via IDE and SCSI in VMware on both hard drives.
- installing Redhat 9 still outputs same error.
- installing via text mode
my guest would be that the BIOS version needs updating or a new driver needs installing. But it's only a guess.
I'd appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction, been tring to figure this out or a couple of days now and not gettig very far. My knowledge in linux is still in it's early stages.
Have you checked the integrity of the image? The image may be corrupt. Check the MD5SUM against the image you downloaded.
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- Nov 2006
yes i have tried downloading many images for CentOS/Fedora/Redhat. But i am still getting the same problem.