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Re: test of 'compact' install with 20000614 CVS

On Sun, Jun 18, 2000 at 10:28:41PM -0700 , ferret@phonewave.net wrote:
> I was booting 'linux verbose debug' at the syslinux 'boot' prompt.
> No install.bat here.
> I just installed another machine with the same images, but using a
> different installation method, and it did not have any problems.

which. I'd bet netfetch was the NOT woring one.

> totem: installing kernel and modules from already-mounted fs. As below, I
> copied my entire boot-floppy working tree on to totem's 18GB hard drive
> before wiping its IDE drives and installing to them. depmod complained
> about not having /lib/modules/2.2.15-compact/modules.dep, since the
> modules were installed into /lib/modules/2.2.15/

these are 2 bugs. 1) update-modules calls /bin/bash 2) wrong dir

> loki: installing kernel and modules from floppy. The modules were
> installed into /lib/modules/2.2.15-compact and it was happy. loki did have
> a problem with an unexpected floppy0 interrupt during boot.
> I'll verify later on with loki (having a verbatim copy of the bf build
> area and a partial manual extract) and try to grab the debug log this


> time. I just think it's seeing 'foo/drivers.tgz' before
> 'foo/compact/drivers.tgz' and using the first in spite of being compact
> flavour.

I hope not
				Petr Cech
Debian GNU/Linux maintainer - www.debian.{org,cz}

* Joy sees a potato running down the street and shouting "I'm late! I'm late!" ;))

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