Bug#263226: Processed: Re: Bug#240679: no network config
I am happy to report that all previously reported problems seem to
be fixed in the Aug 2 daily build.
I did download and burn that CD from a different computer however.
(But I always checked the MD5SUMS of the burned disk before....)
Unhappily, when I booted after the install, the GDM login window was
frozen (the mouse and keyboard were both dead). And I am still not sure why
Debian is the only install that still has to ask which video driver to use.
I'll try the install again to see if I get better results.
On Tuesday 03 August 2004 11:28 am, Joey Hess wrote:
> Frederik Dannemare wrote:
> > Sorry. The new info regarding failing checksums from submitter Stuart
> > Scharf is "hidden" in
> > <http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=263226&msg=9> below
> > the commands to firstname.lastname@example.org.
> > Also, submitters have a bad habbit of only replying back to me when
> > following up on old installation reports. For this reason, the new info
> > from submitter is only avail. in quoted form in my reply/done/clone-off
> > (which becomes "hidden" since the msg also goes to
> > email@example.com).
> Please forward the mail or cc your reply to the bug number in that case.
> Stuart Scharf:
> > My record for using Sarge installers seems to be getting worse!
> > I tried two different daily builds of the installer, (including the
> > Aug 1 version) and although the MD5SUM of my disk matches, the
> > installer reports my disk as corrupted! ( or at least that a needed
> > file couldn't be loaded).
> > In particular the check disk function reports that
> > ./install/2.6/initrd.gz does not match the checksum.
> > If I let it continue, i got to a message that most of the hardware
> > drivers needed for my computer were unavailable.
> I tested the august 2 image and cdrom-checker reports no problems. Since
> Stuart says that the installer reported other actual problems with loading
> files from the CD, this is not a md5sum problem and is likely a problem
> with the CD he burnt, with his CD drive, or possibly with the kernel.