I'm having troubles installing Fedora 9 on my HP pc (converting it to a temporary server so I can see what we need to do when we buy dedicated hardware). First of all, the dvd never passes the initial test that comes up whenever you start a new installation of Fedora.
I hit continue anyways and it goes passed the repo page and starts the installation, but then about 1/4 way through I get the message:
Then it gives me the options of "Reboot" or "Eject".The file gawk-3.1.5-17.fc9.i386.rpm cannot be opened. This is due to a missing file, a corrupt package, or corrupt media. Please verify your installation source.
If you exit, your system will be left in an inconsistent state that will likely require reinstallation.
I downloaded it 3 times so far, from different sources (torrent and non). Am I using the right version of Fedora? All three times I used Fedora 9 i386. I noticed the PPC ones are for power pcs (mine is not it) and I figure the "x86 64" one is for 64bit computers (mine is 32).
Thanks a lot,