Hi, On Freitag, 22. Mai 2009, Christian Perrier wrote: > Quoting Dominique Brazziel (email@example.com): > > This bug needs to stay open until it is resolved either by inserting a > > clear and concise warning or requirements sections in the relevant > > Debian documentation or making more the installer and/or GRUB more > > robust, and include step by step workarounds to get the newly installed > > system to boot. The old system is gone, need to get the new one up > > ASAP. This is a definite showstopper for installation of a 'stable' > > release from USB key/memory stick, et.al. > > Patches welcome, either to documentation or code. I would like to send a patch for the errata, where is it kept in svn? Also against which package should bugs against the errata be filed? In http://bugs.skolelinux.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1395 I've documented two workarounds: a.) remove the usbstick after the firmware has been loaded b.) to document how to do it with the usbstick kept plugged in: wait til the end, change to a shell, run: "chroot /target" and then: "grub-install /dev/cciss/c0d0". that should work too. Also, it would be good test if the bug is still present in the current daily images - unfortunatly I lack the hardware to test myself, so I've cc:ed the original submitter of the bug. A Debian-Edu user gave the squeeze daily a try today, but unfortunatly it didnt load the firmware from the usbstick in the first place... regards, Holger
Description: This is a digitally signed message part.