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Bug#492878: lenny installer -dosen't detect Broadcom ethernet adapter


dmesg output shows, that device is properly identified (vendor, name, capacity) and after "Assuming drive cache: write through" line follows the line:
sda: sda1

So I can assume, that partition reads correctly.

Output from list-devices disk

Output from list-devices partition

Note: the "/dev garbage" I mentioned before was regarding the /dev/device etc..

As one can see, the /dev/sda1 IS at the end of the list. So, why it dosen't work?

I went through syslog. All partitions and devices, listed in above lists, are attempted to mount (failing with Invalid parameter though), however I never see any attempt to mount /dev/sda1 there! Never ever!

Could this be some bad cycle design issue? Then, however, why would it succed when I mount the /dev/sda1 to /media manually?


Jérémy Bobbio  wrote / napísal(a):
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 01:38:56PM +0200, Peter Tuhársky wrote:
It seems for me, that it simply fails to mount the USB pendrive. Anyhow, the partition of course resides on /dev/sda1, not on /dev/sda! So I don't wonder it fails.

Strange...  Could you watch dmesg log and see if it reads the partition
table of your USB stick successfully?

In the installer environment, could you look for the ouput of:
  $ list-devices disk
  $ list-devices partition


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