Re: amd64 installter (Debian From Scratch)
On Wed, 2004-05-26 at 11:03, Piotr Kopszak wrote:
> Tried yesterday the DFS live CD, and it's pretty amazing! First live
> CD with 64-bit system that I was able to run on my computer. Quite
> historic. Installation of debian64 fails however,, probably at the
> same spot, as mentioned in one of the earlier messages. From what the
> cdebootstrap wanted to say to me I gather it's a libc package
> problem. Here is an exerpt from the install session log. I can send it
> if anyone is interested.
i would second this opinion..
tring to install glibc with dpkg after chrooting in the created
environment complains about a wrong kernel version (something about the
minor version > 255 or like that)
in fact, the amd64 kernel is named 2.6.6amd64 and should be
2.6.6-amd64... (the libc6 install check seems to fail when it tries to
get a number out of 6amd64 missing a separator)
> O: Selecting previously deselected package gzip.
> O: dpkg: regarding .../gzip_1.3.5-126.96.36.199.pure64_amd64.deb containing gzip, pre-dependency problem:
> O: gzip pre-depends on libc6 (>= 2.3.2.ds1-4)
> O: dpkg: warning - ignoring pre-dependency problem !
> O: Unpacking gzip (from .../gzip_1.3.5-188.8.131.52.pure64_amd64.deb) ...
> P: Unpacking package gzip
> D: Progress bar - set to 623
> D: Updating gzip to status 2
> O: Errors were encountered while processing:
> O: /var/cache/apt/archives/libc6_2.3.2.ds1-12.pure64.2_amd64.deb
> D: Stop progress bar (max: 1000, act: 623) - implicit
> E: Couldn't install root!
also the howto suggest using cdebootstrap 0.2.5 or later...
the dfs cd uses sarge with cdebootstrap 0.2.4.. .don't know if thats a
problem though (at least using cdebootstrap 0.2.5 didn't help from the
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