On Wed, Nov 07, 2001 at 01:09:34AM -0400, Shawn ***** wrote:
> Hello! I am a relative newbie to the world of LINUX an am trying to install
> version 7.2 of Redhat with a Microsolutions backpack cdrom. I have
> downloaded and used rawrite to transfer several different kinds of paride
> drivers (paride.img, bpck-6.dd,etc.) to floppies and keep getting the
> following message upon installation attempts:
> "failed to insert pcd module" (This error message pops up after about 10
> mins of messages that which indicate various drivers are being loaded). I
> have researched this error on your mailing list and on the web and have
> tried some solutions (i.e. different drivers, including the one from the
> micro-solutions site) but to no avail. Is there a compatible driver
> somewhere for version 7.2? .
You want the oldcdrom.img driver disk that's on the first CD in the
images/ directory. Did you try that?
What does it say if you press Alt+F4 at the point that it fails? That
should show you the kernel messages.
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