I’m trying to install a FreePBX Distro 5.211.65-12 64 bit on a pretty new bare metal workstation using the classic DVD-RW method (burned through xfburn).
Each downloaded ISO I used has been checked via md5sum before proceeding with DVD-RW burning: each check gave me a good result (Downloaded ISO: FreePBX-5.211.65-12-x86_64-Full-1398376579.iso, MD5SUM:7ca7a9afc5d486b0814cd68acfd68d37) so I’m quite confident about my download correctness.
The point is that the installation process is not able to pass the threshold of 73% (425 of 524 RPM) of the packets installation’s phase (the RPM installation halts on the sysadmin-2.7.0-186_centos6.noarch RPM).
I suspect a problem with my DVD-RW media even if I tried at least three different new sealed DVD-RW from three different vendors (TDK, Pleomax and Sony) so I ask if the FreePBX Distro installation process doesn’t perform (or ask about) a Media Check.
Is there a way to force the FreePBX Distro to ask for a (DVD) Media Check? Could that ISO have a problem instead?
Is there a way to see installation log (Anaconda)? I looked at /tmp log files but I didn’t found anything very useful (maybe I looking in the wrong place).