Re: Re: Re: debian and wol on Buffalo Linkstation WXL
On Thu, Dec 28, 2017 at 07:31:03AM +0800, Paul Wise wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 28, 2017 at 3:25 AM, rosanna wrote:
> > ... but, at reboot, ssh and telnet access are no more available
> > any idea on what can be the cause?
> It is possible that Debian is not compatible with the version of the
> Linux kernel available in the original rootfs, it might be too old for
> either systemd or glibc.
glibc in stretch requires kernel 3.2, systemd kernel 3.13. Most kernels you
get on vendor images are 3.4, 3.8 or 3.10 -- all of them good for stretch in
general but not for systemd; other packages with kernel requirements are
extremely rare and unlikely to be involved.
> You could try installing an older version of Debian or it is possible
> that the community of Buffalo users has ported Buffalo's Linux patches
> to a newer version of Linux.
I'd first try without systemd; even kernel version aside, other init/rc
combinations are more likely to work even when a required kernel option is
missing or some other minor error happens.
If you do require systemd for some reason, you'd need to go back to jessie;
the pdf with instructions says jessie works with WXL.
Jessie is also needed in case the vendor kernel is 3.0 (jessie's glibc needs
2.6.32, no idea about systemd).
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