Re: Promlems with unofficial sarge installer
On 29 Jul 2003 09:46:43 +0200
Martin SjЖgren <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> tis 2003-07-29 klockan 09.38 skrev Evgeny:
> > I download unoficial sarge images, booted with "linux" flavour.
> > 1. Choose language menu option is set to 11 (English)
> > 2. Detect a keyboard and select layout is set to ps/2, 1 (USA)
> > 3. Detect CDROM devices option detects CDROM without any problems.
> > 4. Load installer modules - THIS IS THE MAIN PROBLEM
> > When I try to go with defaults I recieve error message "Failed
> > to
> > retrieve installer module. Retrieving the module netcfg-dhcp failed
> > failed for uncknown reason. Aborting".
> > When I try to select "cdrom-retieving" I recieve the same
> > message, but
> > about the hw-detect module.
> > I understand, that unofficial images are not stable, but what can I
> > do with them now?
> Coasters? These unofficial images are broken, broken, broken. As I've
> said countless times on the debian-testing list.
> > How can I install debian-sarge?
> Install a minimal woody system. Insert sarge CDs and dist-upgrade. (so
> I guess your sarge CDs aren't completely useless...)
Ok, I understand. Can I download official "businesscard" image of
sarge and install minimal system from it?