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I am having problems getting my Caldera Linux to install.
I have Win 95 (upgrade) on C: and I partitioned my secondary drive D: for Linux. Since my CD player drivers aren't supported I chose to install from C: . I copied the necessary files from the Linux CD onto C: through Win95 Explorer. Would this be the reason for the error?
When it starts the install I get an error saying something to the effect of "could not find /mnt/install/rpms/dev -2.0-2"
I looked on C: and the particular file is there.
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Caldera has known bugs when installing not from the CD.
BTW, if you can access your CD from windoze you
can try to install from it.
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