problem installing Elastix 1.6

JulioA

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hi everyone , I have a problem installing Elastix 1.6, I downloaded the iso file and burned it into a cd, when I try to install it on a dell poweredge 2500 server I get this message:

The file glib2-2.12.3-4.el5_3.1.i386.rpm cannot be opened.
This is due to a missing file, a corrupt package or corrupt media.
Please verify your installation source.


I don't know why this is happening, if i look for the file in the CD it is in Elastix folder, in fact, I was able to install it on a dell optiplex gx 280.

Any help will be wellcome

PS

Sorry about the english if something is wrong
 

Patrick_elx

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JulioA said:
This is due to a missing file, a corrupt package or corrupt media.
It could be that...
Try to burn another CD and try again.
 

dicko

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To save time and confusion:

Before you ever burn an ISO image it is good practice to check the md5sum of the image, these sums are normally posted with the iso image and if you want to get the one that matches your distro go to
http://sourceforge.net/projects/elastix/files/
and download the appropriate one.

md5sum <imagefilename> should output the same string as the contents of the md5sum.txt file, after you burn the image then md5sum /dev/<cdromdevice> should likewise match.

(Use md5sum and stop making coasters :) )
 

donbaba

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its always a good to check mark the option in the burner, to verify data after burn. or can even check with installing Qucikly on vmware first.
 

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