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Bug#32581: marked as done (strange output on tty1 on PCMCIA network config)

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Subject: strange output on tty1 on PCMCIA network config
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From: Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com>
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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.1.5

The following output comes up after doing, in order:
  1. configure pcmcia
  2. configure the network
  3. select pcmcia as network device, media selection 'auto'

cardmgr[2041]: shutting down socket 1
cardmgr[2041]: executing: './network stop eth0'
cardmgr[2041]: + fgrep: not found
cardmgr[2041]: executing: 'rmmod pcnet_cs'
cardmgr[2041]: executing: 'rmmod 8390'
cardmgr[2041]: exiting
copy of /etc/resolv.conf to /target/etc/resolv.conf would copy file to itself.
insmod: /target/lib/modules/2.0.36/pcmcia/pcmcia_core.o: a module named
 pcmcia_core already exists
insmod: /target/lib/modules/2.0.36/pcmcia/i82365.o: a module named i82365
 already exists
insmod: /target/lib/modules/2.0.36/pcmcia/ds.o: a module named ds already
cardmgr[2042]: starting, version is 3.0.5
cardmgr[2042]: watching 2 sockets
cardmgr[2042]: initializing socket 1
cardmgr[2042]: socket 1: Kingston KNE-PCM/x Ethernet

  then something I can't catch as the dbootstrap screen comes back
  then, writing over the dbootstrap screen:

cardmgr[2092]: executing: './network start eth0'
cardmgr[2092]: + ioctl: Invalid argument
cardmgr[2092]: + ./network: /sbin/ifuser: not found

Obviously, some problems here.  Also, the stuff should come up on
tty3, not tty1.

.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>
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Subject: bugs closed in boot-floppies 2.2.2 (unstable)
From: Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com>
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These bugs were closed in boot-floppies 2.2.2, now in unstable.

.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>
boot-floppies (2.2.2) unstable; urgency=low

  * this version of boot-floppies is not yet feature complete for potato.
    We still need a lot of help in making dbootstrap better.  Other things
    which are still dreadfully wrong:
      - task package selection not yet integrated
      - xviddetect/anXious not yet integrated
      - apt configurator not yet integrated
      - unified i18n/l10n language/charset not yet fully implemented
      - perl-base still has lots of problems
      - modconf still has tons of problems
    Please volunteer on debian-boot@lists.debian.org or notify/pester/NMU
    the appropriate packages
  * busybox: update to 0.39 from Erik Andersen <andersee@debian.org>;
    enable lots of new commands in busybox, which saves space on root.bin;
    new commands: syslogd, logger, ping, tail
  * overall aesthetics, cleanup, and maintainability fixes; fix numerous
    problems relating to compatability with the new busybox
  * base: add fbset, move all arches to libpopt0 and libnewt; remove
    bloat pkgs such as libstdc++2.9 and perl-5.005; new pcmcia 
    (closes: Bug#52692)
  * rescue: add sed (from 'sed' package); add lazybox 'free'; remove
    fgrep; stop having vi pose as ae, but instead it emit a message; fix
    bad errors in rescue/modules install.sh scripts (closes: Bug#49517);
    update f*.txt messages for i386, boot arguments documentation in
    particular expanded and updated; fix "restart dbootstrap" by looping
    in /etc/init.d/rcS
  * dbootstrap: added hostname sanity check to netconfig.c (closes:
    Bug#37045); use syslog for logging of all cmd output, which stops
    stuff from getting scribbled on the screen (closes: Bug#32581);
    preliminary support for install base via http
  * root: re-enable library reduction on alpha; provide usr/bin/eject from
    eject package on m68k (closes: Bug#52304)
  * documentation: fix to work with new debiandoc-sgml (currently at
    1.1.36); top-level README for developers mentions you need a head to
    build (closes: Bug#49524); new base size is (at least) 45MB (maybe more)
  * new top level command, 'make mirror' to make a mirror of the
    packages needed to build base; 'make check' improved
  * top-level Makefile: 'make check' now includes $(local_dir) in its
    attempts to populate updates/, checks zlib-bin in i386 check deps; use
    zlib-bin's miniunzip rather than the non-free unzip
  * control: depend on libi18n-langtags-perl, flex; remove depends on
    slice and suggests on unzip
  * remove dpkg-multicd, gettext, perl-5.005, libstdc++2.9, libdb2 from
    base (closes: Bug#48872)
  * rethink file naming:
    Common files should appear on the top-most level at which they are
    common.  This is a deeper directory structure but it will enable us to
    have consistency across architectures and be easier for users to
    understand.  For i386 1440k rescue disk, this is now
    'disks-1.44/rescue.bin', which has the benefit of being ok for a FAT
    filesystem (closes: Bug#43057) -- NOTE: this new system introduces
    file naming issues for file searching in dbootstrap which are not yet
    implemented on all platforms -- YMMV
  * add top-level release/README file describing the new file layout, etc.
  * i386: support for dac960 controller on root disk and base disks;
    switch to 2.2.13 kernel (closes: Bug#52106)
  * i18n: portuguese keyboard support added (closes: Bug#49976);
    pt.po fixed (closes: Bug#47633); Hungarian (hu) translation added;
    Esperanto (eo) updated
  * i18n: groundwork for conherent/consistent i18n/l10n handling, see
    utilities/language-chooser for info (this is not yet part of the
    built boot-floppies)
  * more bug closing of things fixed with kernel 2.2.x 
    (closes: Bug#43058, Bug#25274)

 -- Adam Di Carlo <aph@debian.org>  Wed, 15 Dec 1999 22:48:49 -0600

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