[Hans-Joachim Rauch <HansJRauch@web.de>] Re: Bug#79092: problems installing
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Am Mon, 11 Dez 2000 schriebst Du:
> > 1) Kernelreport: chmod: /etc/resolv.cont: no such file or directory
> At what point did this happen?
> > 2) Kernelreport: starting internel superserver: inetd.
> > /bin/sh: /sbin/termwrap: cannot execute: no such file etc.
> > /bin/sh: exec: /sbin/termwrap: cannot execute: no such file etc.
> > INIT: ld "1" respawing too fast: disabled for 5 minutes
> Oy, I've seen this one before.
thank you, for your mail. I tried last weekend again installing Dedian 2.2.
But again, three times, the same problem happens. I couldn't boot the basics.
Always the same ; /bin/sh: /sbin/termwrap: cannot execute: no such file or
directory, I was nearly so far to put the Debian in the trash. But then I had
a last idea. I took a look in partition table for new partitions of the
harddrive. Then I saw, the the boot-partition was on hda1, the
swap-partition. I swiched it to the root-partition ( / ) made a new installation
and ..... BINGO.... Debian booted up to the login.
I think, this was the bug. I dit not touch the partitiontabel before. I only
let format the different partiton's during the installation.
My partition-table looks like as followed:
hda1 - swap, hda2 - /, hda3 - /home,
Okay, most important is, it works.
Thank you for your help.
I wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year
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