Re: debian install woes
On Thu, 24 Apr 2008 10:28:49 +0200
Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Richard wrote:
> > But I still get the "
> > No kernel modules were found. This probably is due to a mismatch
> > between the kernel used by this version of the installer and the
> > kernel version available in the archive. "
> > . Its not finding the addtional USB memory either.
> This message _always_ means that you are using incompatible images, so this
> is user error and not a problem in the installer.
I dont think so
> Basically the kernel you are using to boot the installer with (the one
> you've flashed the box with) is different from the version the udebs that
> are available on the media/mirror you are downloading additional components
> To find out what kernel version you have flashed, <go back> to the main
> menu, start a debug shell using the option in the menu and type 'uname -a'.
> > I could go back to 4.0r2 if needed.
> That may or may not help. As explained above, the image you use to flash
> most be compatible with whatever you use for the rest of the installation
> P.S. No need to CC me on replies.
well what am I doing wrong ?
fresh download of debian-4.0r3.zip
upslug2 -d eth2 -i di-nslu2.bin
And the same message no kernel modules found.
# uname -a
Linux LKGD6BA7D 2.6.18-6-ixp4xx #1 Sun Jan 27 00:42:53 UTC 2008 armv5tel unknown
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