Bug#377974: exim4-config fails with awk; line 21 syntax error on arm
Op Sat, 15 Jul 2006 20:32:25 +0200 schreef Martin Michlmayr
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
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 anothersyslog
The former doesn't contain the awk error, the latter does. Can you
explain again where those two files comes from?
Yes, I wrote:
If I continue, the installer main menu returns so I can easily save the
logs! Please find them attached.
Unfortunately I didn't mention a filename - that should have been 'arm-rpc
install20060715.tar.gz'; I first planned to send only the installer
logfiles, as the 'Finish the installation' step seemed to reboot the
machine, and I wanted to save the logfiles first.
Later, I decided to do the last step anyway, got the opportunity to get
back to the menu just before the machine would reboot, and thought it
might be useful to send this log also. And, as I wrote:
And the last step was 'Finish the installation', the syslog messages of
this step are attached as syslog1.txt.gz
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.
Windows-virussen? Je lacht erom als je Linux en RISC OS gebruikt!