Re: [Redhat-s390-list] Redhat rhsetup & dasd problem

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Florian, setting the terminal type to vt100 appears to have fixed the terminal
problem. Now I'm getting the following messages:

/bin/rhsetup[129]: sort: not found
/bin/rhsetup[130]: mv: not found
Mounting filesystems...
mount: RPC: Timed out
umount: /mnt/source: not mounted
No Red Hat directory structure found.
Stopped installation. No cleanup is done!

What is the setup process looking for that is causing the "No Red Hat
directory structure found" message? The files I downloaded are on a Win98
machine and the directory structure is as follows:


Florian La Roche wrote:

> On Fri, Jul 27, 2001 at 06:17:11PM -0400, Sue Sivets wrote:
> > I am having problems trying to run rhsetup after the starter system has
> > booted. On every telnet session I've tried (2 different telnet emulators
> > on Win98, and 2 on a  linux pc ), as soon as I enter rhsetup a message
> > flashes by so fast I can't read it and then the screen goes black. The
> > contents of my current lpar.prm are pasted in below, but my original
> > lpar.prm included all the dasd containing Linux/390 distributions. The
> > Redhat starter system reformatted most of the other Linux volumes
> > without being told to do so.  Can you shed any light on what's
> > happening?
> What is the output from "echo $TERM" if you have logged in with
> telnet? Try setting this with "export TERM=vt102" to a suppored value
> (vt100, vt102, linux, screen, ansi are supported)
> Does this help?
> Thanks,
> Florian La Roche

 Suzanne Sivets
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