Fedora Core 4 is here at last

I finally figured out how to get Fedora Core 4 to install on my machine. When I last posted on this topic, I thought the problem was that Anaconda didn’t like my software mirroring. As it turns out, the problem was the fact that I had two swap partitions. Once I removed one of the swap partitions (both physically and via /etc/fstab), Fedora Core sucessfully installed on my machine. I updated my bug at RedHat with this new information. The only hitch I’ve noticed so far is that Cyrus didn’t want to start because of database incompatibilities. The solution I ended up using, which was one of the ones I found on FedoraForum, was simply deleting the database files. Other than that, it seems to be working fine.