Some older SRM's exibit that behavior. You can get around it by putting
the flags in the appropriate env variables ie boot_osflags . Then the
flags will be passed correctly.
Wynne Anderson Hexamer wrote:
> It turns out the reason the install was freezing was that X-windows was, ahh,
> intermitantly screwing with the cdrom, for want of a better description. That
> was compounded by the fact that the SRM conveniently was dropping all but the
> first parameter to the -flag switch, so that (accursed to me by now) gui kept
> loading. I used the -fl i (for interactive I suppose) to get the expert text
> parameters in and RH 6.2 installed with no problems using the "old" text-based
> installation. Thanks again for your suggestion Mike.
> -Wynne Hexamer
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