Bug#248055: debian-installer installs compressed kernel that yaboot can't boot; has /proc problem
On Sun, May 09, 2004 at 04:49:02PM -0700, John Gilmore wrote:
> > Sounds like it's installed the apus kernel by mistake. This is a
> > combination of the CD you're using lacking the correct kernel (I assume;
> > could you look for kernel-image-2.4.25-powerpc?) and known design
> > problems in base-installer that mean it can end up falling back to
> > unusable kernels if it can't find the one it wanted.
> Here are all the kernel images on the 20040502 PPC sarge install CD:
> % find . -name kernel-image\* -print
kernel-image-2.4.25-powerpc-pmac appears to be on CD 9 (!). debian-cd,
is there some way that this can be made more sensible, if this hasn't
already been done since 20040502? We shouldn't have 2.4.20 on CD 1, nor
kernel-image-*-smp-*, as base-installer won't install either. At the
very least kernel-image-2.4.25-powerpc-pmac should be added, as that's
probably the most common of the possible targets.
We'll want to add 2.6.5 at some point too I think, but I don't know how
much other stuff that'll push off CD 1 ...
Colin Watson [email@example.com]