Re: Logs from Failed Bullseye RC3 Netinstall CD Accessible installation
The debian installer before post-install boot takes down wi-fi network and
I don't know if the installer didn't do that whether ifup could bring the
wi-fi network up on first boot. What dmesg output can get anyone is
clues as to the devices that are down and installed on the system are and
what the installer/user does about them is left for them to work out which
is why this and past threads have happened on debian-user. Sound not
working for screen reader users after first boot really is a serious
accessibility problem and unacceptable.
On Sun, 15 Aug 2021, Paul Gevers wrote:
> Hi David,
> On 15-08-2021 13:03, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
> > It's awfully quiet here.>
> > I have the log files of unsuccessful installation of my Bullseye AMD64
> > RC Netinstall CD here:
> > http://qsl.net/n1ea/bullseyerc3netinstall.tar.gz
> > <http://qsl.net/n1ea/bullseyerc3netinstall.tar.gz>
> > Thanks to Jude for replying to my previous posts, otherwise I thought
> > the list was malfunctioning.
> I'm not able to be very much useful myself, I mentioned this thread on
> #debian-cd yesterday and hope somebody can pick it up.