Bug#602539: Successfull install creates broken system (mounting fs fails)
clone 602539 -1
reassign -1 debian-installer
retitle -1 /etc/network/run is directory, not link to /dev/shm/network
tags -1 d-i
On Thu, 02 Dec 2010 09:05:35 +0100, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> >> - /etc/network/run is directory, not link to /dev/shm/network
> >> This makes ifup fail during boot and the system is left without
> >> networking. The strange thing is that ifupdown support read-only /
> >> just fine normaly. The postinst script makes /etc/network/run a
> >> link to /dev/shm/network if /etc/network/run is mising
> >> and /dev/shm exists.
> >> So is /dev/shm missing during DI?
> >> The fix for this was quite easy:
> >> % rm -rf /etc/network/run
> >> % dpkg-reconfigure ifupdown
> > #387611
> Nope. /etc/network/run does exist. It is just created wrong because
> /dev/shm was not mounted in DI. This really is a DI bug.
> If you find out where this should belong to then the install report
> can be closed.
Ok, thanks for the explanation. As I don't exactly know which d-i
package is faulty here, I reassign to debian-installer pseudo package.
You may adjust the severity and update the title of the clone if it's
Thanks again for your report,