Re: Current daily build fails at installation
Aurelien Jarno schrieb:
Georg Gast a écrit :
today i tried to install the current daily build of "Debian
Gnu/kfreebsd" in a kvm under Debian/Linux.
The kfreebsd installation in the guest fails at the step: "Installing
base system". The syslog contains the following data:
debootstrap: Setting up tasksel (2.80) ...
main-menu: WARNING **: Configuring 'bootstrap-base' failed with
error code 1
main-menu: WARNING **: Menu item 'bootstrap-base' failed.
The mini.iso file has the md5sum
It was downloaded today (January 3rd) from:
Did not know how to bugreport that with the "normal" reportbug
procedure, so i decided to post in in this mailing list. Hope that is
the right place for it ;)
I have just done a test with this version, and I haven't seen any
problem. Could you please provide us more details especially:
- Which KVM version are you using?
- Which software environment did you try to install? A Desktop environment?
- Any non-default option you selected?
here  is my complete list of all installed Packages Debian/Squeeze.
The kernel is 2.6.32 installed from sid (because i need some modules).
here is my module list which are currently loaded 
8 GB Disk
local iso image / mini.iso
1024MB RAB/ 2 cores ( i have a quad core)
processor : 0
vendor_id : AuthenticAMD
cpu family : 16
model : 2
model name : AMD Phenom(tm) 9950 Quad-Core Processor
uname -a: Linux Hammerhead 2.6.32-trunk-amd64 #1 SMP Sat Dec 26 17:13:29
UTC 2009 x86_64 GNU/Linux
apt-cache policy kvm
I did try to install a minimal system and did simply step through the
installation. I selected
- Language "C"
- territory "other/Europe/Germany"
- default locale setting: United states" (because germany is not available)
- network via dhcp (bridged network br0)
- host name "debian"
- Debian archive mirror country: germany / ftp.de.debian.org
- no proxy
- partinioning method "Guided, entire disk"
- All files on one partition
Now the installation starts. It retrieves the file from the mirror and
starts installing. Today i tried it again to write the steps down. Here
are some screenshots   .
 is the xml file describing my virtual machine