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Cole Robinson 03-21-2009 02:14 PM

Win 2008 installs with virt-manager/python-virtinst
 
Michael DeHaan wrote:
> I notice that when I try to install Win 2008 Server I get a black
> installer error screen about a device being removed, and if I hit
> ENTER=Continue, I am thrown back to this screen. Some Google
> references seem to think the CD ROM drive is being removed, which I need
> to solve as I'm trying to see if this is doable from a fully automated
> installation.
>
> Any ideas? Is this perhaps fixed in a later libvirt and/or
> python-virtinst?
>

What are the virtinst, libvirt, kvm, fedora versions you are using?

- Cole

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Michael DeHaan 03-23-2009 02:13 PM

Win 2008 installs with virt-manager/python-virtinst
 
Cole Robinson wrote:

Michael DeHaan wrote:


I notice that when I try to install Win 2008 Server I get a black
installer error screen about a device being removed, and if I hit
ENTER=Continue, I am thrown back to this screen. Some Google
references seem to think the CD ROM drive is being removed, which I need
to solve as I'm trying to see if this is doable from a fully automated
installation.

Any ideas? Is this perhaps fixed in a later libvirt and/or
python-virtinst?




What are the virtinst, libvirt, kvm, fedora versions you are using?

- Cole



python-virtinst-0.400.0-5.fc10.noarch
libvirt-0.5.1-2.fc10.i386
kvm-74-10.fc10.i386
Fedora-10

--Michael



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