A few more bugs have been brought to our attention. They all relate to
the installer, and are pretty minor and easy to get around.
In KDE, double-clicking on the CDROM icon doesn't mount the CD.
This is really a conflict between GNOME and KDE. GNOME, in YDL 4.1,
added a Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) which auto-mounts devices such
as CDs, cameras, etc. The mountpoint for a CD under HAL
is /media/cdrecorder, but KDE is unaware of this and still looks
a) Create /mnt/cdrom, and add an /etc/fstab entry for it
b) Fix KDE's reference to /mnt/cdrom. Right click on the CDROM icon, go
to properties, and then the Device tab. In the pull-down,
double-clicking setup.sh does nothing.
The Y-HPC installer checks for required packages before running. If
they are missing, it prints a message to the console and exits.
However, if you double-click the icon from a KDE or GNOME file browser
window, there is no console to display a message to and the installer
open a terminal (konsole, gnome-terminal, xterm, ...), cd to where the
CD is mounted, and run setup.sh from there:
# cd /media/cdrecorder
And then follow the instructions for installing the required packages.
Following the directions given by setup.sh to install required packages,
libf2c conflicts with compat-libf2c.
compat-libf2c conflicts with libf2c.
remove compat-libf2c and re-run the yum commands.
rpm -e compat-libf2c