-----Original Message----- From: Sharp, Thomas R Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 8:42 AM To: 'Chris Tillman' Subject: RE: Bug#195251: installation problem Chris thanks for the response. attached dbd_log.tgz file generated from another failed install, failing at the exact same location. At least the problem is persistent and deterministic. All steps appear normal and proceed up until the point that installer tries to load libdb3_.... file. Tom -----Original Message----- From: Chris Tillman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2003 4:12 PM To: Sharp, Thomas R; email@example.com Cc: 'firstname.lastname@example.org' Subject: Re: Bug#195251: installation problem On Thu, May 29, 2003 at 10:26:53AM -0400, Sharp, Thomas R wrote: > Package: boot-floppies > Version: 3.0r1 > > flavor: default > architecture: i386 > model: Compaq Presario 1655 laptop > scsi: none > cd-rom: ? > network card: N/A > pcmcia: N/A > > Problem with installation of a basic Debian system on the above laptop. > Have downloaded the "woody" ISO #1 two separate times using the jigdo > procedure, and burned two separate copies of that ISO CD. Have also > obtained a burned copy of ISO #1 from a colleague, who downloaded the ISOs > himself using a simple HTTP: download procedure. > > All three CDs boot into the installation procedure successfully. I am > answering defaults for virtually all of the configuration questions asked by > the install wizard. Installation appears to start successfully, and gets > well into the installation of packages from the CD. > > However, all three copies of ISO #1 hit the same problem, installation > fails, and I have not yet discovered how to get around it. The message > appears indicating that a particular .deb package is corrupt and couldn't be > "downloaded," namely /instmnt/pool/main/d/db3/libdb3_3.2.9-16_i386.deb There have been some slightly similar reports in the past. Could you repeat the install once more, and after the problem comes up, choose the 'Problem Report' menu item, and send the resulting dbg_log.tgz to the list? -- Debian GNU/Linux Operating System By the People, For the People Chris Tillman (a people instance) LEGAL NOTICE Unless expressly stated otherwise, this message is confidential and may be privileged. It is intended for the addressee(s) only. Access to this E-mail by anyone else is unauthorized. If you are not an addressee, any disclosure or copying of the contents of this E-mail or any action taken (or not taken) in reliance on it is unauthorized and may be unlawful. If you are not an addressee, please inform the sender immediately.
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