On Mon, May 23, 2016 at 09:36:50AM -0400, Kamil Paral wrote:
I tested your ks in virt-manager with F24 Beta Server netinst and it
worked without problems.
Try virt-manager, give it more RAM (this is quite likely, the requirements increased
recently), don't set it as Fedora 18, make sure you have a vda disk. Please report
back if you find out what the problem was. Thanks.
OK, my 1GB RAM was the problem, sigh... I guess the RAM-disk it creates
isn't big enough then. I changed RAM from 1024 to 2048 and now it works.
Thanks for your help, I'm still from the time we could run Linux
(with X11 !) on a 386 in 8 MB RAM... ;-). Still doubting whether
assuming "enough" RAM for temporary storage is such a good idea...
Some other remarks:
- My "virt-install --os-variant=list" shows "fedora18" (described as
"Fedora 18 or later") as the highest choice in Fedora-land. Should
I better choose something else?
- There are zillions of "dracut-initqueue" warnings of deprecated
Python stuff during the install. This won't be fixed before GA?
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