Bug#377974: exim4-config fails with awk; line 21 syntax error on arm
* S. Voortman <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2006-07-15 18:30]:
> Just finished with it.
> It still goes wrong (dependencies: exim4-config, *base, *daemon-light, at,
> exim4, mutt, mailx), but the installer doesn't hang anymore! It now goes
> on and finally turns up a red screen:
The awk error is gone. The error now is:
Jan 1 03:13:18 apt-install: Setting up exim4-config (4.62-2) ...
Jan 1 03:14:01 apt-install: dpkg: error processing exim4-config (--configure):
Jan 1 03:14:01 apt-install: subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 20
Which really doesn't tell us much. :/
Oh, no, looking at the other file, I still see the awk errors. Uhm, the tar
file you sent contains a syslog file and you also sent another syslog file.
The former doesn't contain the awk error, the latter does. Can you explain
again where those two files comes from?
> Next step is to continue without boot loader, this instructs me to
> '...boot manually with the /boot/vmlinuz kernel on partition /dev/dhb1 and
> root=/dev/hdb1 passed as a kernel argument.'
> Is this still right? I thought the kernel needed a initrd anyway? There is
> one in /target/boot ...
In case the of the rpc kernel, everything you need is compiled in.