Re: Booting on an Intel SC450NX 4-way (4x Xeon)
Goswin Brederlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Ater booting the keyboard was back to US layout and not the selected
> german layout so theres some bug in the keymap handling.
Please test this again when I upload 2.2.2 (hopefully, on Monday or
Tuesday) and file a bug if it's broke.
> A bit later dselect/select came up with a slight problem with perl
> (bringing up the sugestion screen) but suggested a working
> correction. Just a unwanted extra screen.
Hmm... maybe filing a perl bug is called for. Not sure.
> First round:
> pcmcia-cs failed during removing with: "no pcmcia driver in /proc/devices"
> "/sbin/cardctrl eject" in the prerm script is the bad one here.
I'm pretty sure that a bug is filed already about this -- can you
confirm that? Make it severity Important.
> Second round:
> debconf didn´t work (unitialized variables) during unpacking and all
> Running dpkg-reconfigure debconf and saying not to preconfigure
> packages and to use the textmode configuration helped.
Interesting -- feel like tracking this down and filing a bug?
> Third run:
> Whats this LDAP stuff?
> gettext failed to install (xemacs-common is not yet installed/configured)
Woah. Um... do you mean emacs-common? gettext was removed from base
between 2.2.1 and 2.2.2. So I think this bug is already fixed in
> apt-get install smail
> exim get removed and smail installed, but no configuration (I skipped
> exims configuration).
perhaps a bug report ought to be filed? I am no tsure...
> apt-get install kernel-source-2.2.13
> cd /usr/src
> tar -xIvvf kernel-source-2.2.13.tar.bz2 [ bunzip2 is missing ]
> Shouldn´t bzip2 be essential?
Dunno. The package should depend on it anyway. Please file a bug.
> With vga framebuffer (just too see the 4 penguins at boottime :) so
> some of the system time is probably for the vga16 framebuffer.
I wish someone would point me to documentation on using the VGA
framebuffer stuff. I read the doco about it and got very confused.
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