Fedora 14 64bit Install – Section does not end with %%end.

If you run into the following error while trying to install Fedora 14 on VMware Workstation.
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The following error was found while parsing the kickstart configuration file:
The following problem occurred on line 55 of the kickstart file:
Section does not end with %%end.
Install exited abnormally.
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It is because VMware is trying to use its automated installation media which is in the first virtual CD/DVD drive and the Fedora ISO is in the second virtual CD/DVD drive.
The issue was resolved when I removed the second virtual CD/DVD drive and then set the first drive to the Fedora ISO.

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4 thoughts on “Fedora 14 64bit Install – Section does not end with %%end.

  1. Thanks for posting this! I had a similar problem with Parallels on OS X. After pointing both CD/DVD virtual drives to the iso image, it booted right up and continued the install.

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  2. Is it not simply that one of the sections in the kickstart does not end with “%end”. For example %packages section?

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