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Re: Updated installation images for Debian Ports 2019-11-22

Thank you for the help, I've re-downloaded and re-burned the image, I must have been using an older version because it does now sense the hardware.

Unfortunately, it now fails during the base system install, there seems to be something wrong with the whiptail package.  It doesn't give a specific error.  Installation media integrity check passes.

On 11/23/2019 6:18 PM, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
On 11/23/19 1:04 AM, rkn wrote:
I'm reporting the exact readout that the system gives me when I run uname -a,
I don't know anything more than that and I've done nothing to the image but
burn it.  The error states that it is probably due to a mismatch between the
kernel the installer uses and the kernel available in the archive.  The
installer can't see anything that isn't the same version as itself.
Yes, I'm aware of what this error means.

I'm using the ISO image from the pool, I'm installing from a CD to a
raw disk on a system that does not have Linux on it.
Can you list the CD contents of pool-alpha/main/l/linux?
I'm using it on the video output of the DS10L I'm trying to set it up on
(using aboot option 0), I can reboot and run aboot option 1 and copy it
from the terminal if you need a specific/complete listing.
An example is: srm-modules-5.2.0-2-alpha-generic-di_5.2.9-2_alpha.udeb.
The other contents are *-modules-5.2.0-2-alpha-generic-di_5.2.9-2_alpha.udeb.
If it lists 5.2.9-2, you are using the wrong image. I just again verified the
ISO from [1] and it definitely has 5.3.9-3 udebs in it.


[1] https://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/ports/2019-11-22/debian-10.0-alpha-NETINST-1.iso

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