Re: Bug#613430: debian-installer will not install grub bootloader on kfreebsd-amd64 system w/ a ZFS partition
Thanks for that. :)
BTW, X11 is broken on the July 12 installer as well. Installing KFBSD Wheezy in latest Vmware Player, with the default GNOME environment, X11 segfaults after manual GRUB2 fix + install done ++ reboot into new system. :(
Use the detailed install steps I posted before to test; I haven't tried Stable yet, but I'm done with the 7-12 netinstaller image. E no worky. ~:-( Needs $more-testing.
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> Subject: Re: Bug#613430: debian-installer will not install grub
> bootloader on kfreebsd-amd64 system w/ a ZFS partition
> severity 613430 serious
> found 613430 grub-installer/1.75
> tags 613430 + wheezy sid pending
> On 01/08/12 16:42, Joey Hess wrote:
>> Steven Chamberlain wrote:
>>> It could be that grub-installer tries to mount with '-t proc' instead
>>> '-t linprocfs' on GNU/kFreeBSD.
>> It did. Fixed in git.
> That simple, huh. Thanks for that!
> I'm bumping the severity of this if that's okay; otherwise, I guess
> nobody can install GNU/kFreeBSD Wheezy/Sid without poking around in the
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