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Bug#606227: marked as done ('DVD set' scan, debian-squeeze-di-beta1-i386-DVD-2 label missing from install screen.)

Your message dated Thu, 06 Jan 2011 17:32:07 +0000
with message-id <E1Path1-0005Iy-Ny@franck.debian.org>
and subject line Bug#602421: fixed in apt-setup 1:0.52
has caused the Debian Bug report #602421,
regarding 'DVD set' scan, debian-squeeze-di-beta1-i386-DVD-2 label missing from install screen.
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Package: installation-reports 

TITLE: 'DVD set' scan, debian-squeeze-di-beta1-i386-DVD-2 label missing from install screen.
My filename: issue-report:-No-label-shown-on-beta1-install-dvd-scan-20101206.utfb Boot method: DVD install. Image version: Full URL to image downloaded. The first two DVD's of the set only. Date: 06 December 2010. Machine: Motherboard: A bit KT7, Raid, 1 Ghz. Processor: AMD AThlon K7, 850 Mhz, Socket 'A' Memory: SDRAM 2 x 512Mb = 1Gb. Chipset: Via KT 133 ATX, USB 1.0 compliant, UDMA 100, Socket 'A', FSB 200Mhz, AGP 4X. Updated bios: Award Modular Bios v6.00 PG. 07/11/2002-8363-6A6A-6A6LMA19C-A9 The Latest level. CMOS Set Up Utility: Advanced BIOS features: First boot device: CDROM, Second boot device: ATA100RAID, Third boot device: ATA100RAID, Boot other device: disabled. Delay for IDE Initial (Secs) 8. Intergrated Peripherals: ATA100RAID IDE Controller: Enabled. Two additional IDE channels provide the capability of adding high performance devie(s) to system. IDE HDD Block Mode: Enabled. for automatic detection of the optimal number of block read/writes per sector the drive can support. DASD chip: On-motherboard HPT370 raid controller 2001 www.highpoint-tech.com (hardware raid) Not used by me for 'hardware raid'. The HPT370 is used by me, only for the fast disk control bus. Linux Debian MDADM Software raid will be used when I can get that far into the 'squeeze-di-Beta1' install. Onboard Hipoint HPT370 UDMA/ATA100 RAID controller BIOS v01.11.0402 HPT370 BIOS Setting Utility screen button F1 toggles the view ARRAY STATUS shows no array or devices. Good! screen button F1 toggles the view CHANNEL STATUS which shows the devices: DASD: quantity two: IBM-DTLA-307030 drives, primary master and secondary master, Mode UDMA5 size 30Gb each, as HDD0 and HDD1 both attached to the HPT370 controller. Good! HPT370 Bios Setting Utility option 7. Set Boot Disk: I have set no disk as Boot Disk here, as I believe the 'Linux Software Raid Array' is the place to specify /dev/md2 /boot as bootable in partition manager, which I have set. IDE Primary master: none. IDE Primary slave: Pioneer DVD-ROM ATAP (I do not use this.) IDE Secondary master: LITE-ON LTR-16102B DVD rewriter (I use this all the time.) IDE Secondary slave: none. Partitions: df -Tl df: invalid option --'T' BusyBox v1.17.1 (Debian 1:1.17.1-4) multi call binary. usage: df [-Pkmh] [FILESYSTEM]... df -h Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on tmpfs 505.4m 92.0k 505.3m 0% /dev /dev/md1 26.6g 473.6m 24.8g 2% /target /dev/md2 92.0M 17.5M 69.7M 20% /target/boot /dev/md1 26.6G 473.6M 24.8G 2% /dev/.static/dev tmpfs 505.4M 92.0K 505.3M 0% /target/dev Output of lspci -nn 00:00.0 Host Bridge [0600] Via Technologies ... (rev 02) 00:01.0 PCI Bridge [0604] " " ... AGP 07.0 ISA bridge... " " Appollo Super South ... (rev 22) 07.1 IDE ... PIPC Bus Master IDE ... (rev 10) 07.2 USB Controller [0c03]: Via Technologies VT82xxxxx UHCI USB1.1 Controller ... (rev 10) 07.3 " " " " " " USB1.1 Controller ... (rev 10) 07.4 Bridge " " VT82c686 [Appollo Super ACPI] ... (rev 30) 11.0 Ethernet controller ... 00:13.0 Mass storage controller [0180]: HighPoint Technologies, Inc. HPT ... /370/ ... [1103:00041] (rev 03) 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: ATI Technologies Inc 3D Rage Pro AGP 1X/2X [1002:47421] (rev 5c) Base System Installation Checklist: [O] = OK. [E] = Error Initial boot: [O] Detect network card: [O] Configure network: [N/A] Detect CD: [O] Load installer modules: [O] Detect hard drives: [O] Partition hard drives: [O] Install base system: [E] Configure Package Manager: Scanning DVD set disks, Binary-2. Clock/timezone setup: [ ] User/password setup: [ ] Install tasks: [ ] Install boot loader: [ ] Overall install: [E] Comments/Problems: I came across three squeeze-di-beta1 issues, and two wish list items. I will report them in seperate reports. (Issue 1 of 3.) Using graphical installer: Screen title: Configure the package manager --- The CD or DVD with the following label has been scanned: Debian GNU/Linux squeeze-di-beta1_Squeeze_-Official Beta i386 DVD Binary-1 20101027-01:46 If you wish to scan another CD or DVD, please insert it now. Scan another CD or DVD? (Yes) --- The CD or DVD with the following label has been scanned: If you wish to scan another CD or DVD, please insert it now. Scan another CD or DVD? (No, as I only have two DVD's to install on purpose.) --- Note: Did you notice that the Binary-2 label was missing on that last scan screen ? THIS is the issue. The Binary-2 iso image md5sum was calculated and correct. How do I use the 'Debian Installer Main Menu' (di-mm) to check the squeeze-di-beta1 Binary-2 DVD on debian installer's integrity checker. This brings me nicely to my 'Wish List Item, number 1.' for a seperate report. --- However, the tty4 log screen shows to the last entry: Dec 6 90:31:13 apt-setup: ^MReading Package Indexes done... Done^M Dec 6 90:31:13 apt-setup: Dec 6 90:31:13 apt-setup: Writing new source list Dec 6 90:31:13 apt-setup: Source list entries for this disk are: Dec 6 90:31:13 apt-setup: deb cdrom:[Debian GNU/Linux squeeze-di-beta1_Squeeze_-Official Beta i386 DVD Binary-2 20101027-01:46]/ squeeze contrib main Dec 6 90:31:13 apt-setup: Repeat this process for the rest of the CD's in your set. Dec 6 90:31:34 kernel: [ 1007.000044] ISO 9960 Extensions: Microsoft Joliet Level 3 Dec 6 90:31:34 kernel: [ 1007.083675] ISO 9960 Extensions: RRIP_1991A ( End of log.) Yes, the Binary-1 was scanned and used by di-mm 'Debian Installer-Main Menu', ok, earlier in this log. --- Using: http://d-i.alioth.debian.org/manual/en.i386/ch05s04.html#submit-bug Having read: Debian GNU/Linux Installation Guide How to investigate and maybe solve issues If the CD-ROM fails... etc. Using a newer/younger machine that created the two DVD set, I seem to get a long loop, 100% cpu utilisation status, for at least 38 minutes before I cancel the job using :- Ubuntu Release 8.04 (hardy):~$ sudo dd if=/dev/cdrom0 | > head -c `stat --format=%s /home/ben/0-downloads/debian-squeeze-di-beta1-i386/debian-squeeze-di-beta1-i386-DVD-2.iso` | > md5sum sudo: unable to resolve host ... Note: The cutting and checksum verification are not processed on the older target machine, so it does not prove much. I would like to check the Binary-2 being read on the older target machine. I am beginning to believe that this MAY be a digression, but it would be nice to eradicate this 'different drive' scenario option. On yet another install, (about 9th) it still showed the same symptoms of; 'No label after the scan of diskette DVD-2'. Diskette Binary-2 was cut twice, once with Brasero, and once with K3b, Data verified ok, after being cut. With both cuts, the modulus calculated from the new cut diskettes MD5SUM was correct; 1dd86a90e9ed91df1df01d23492f953e debian-squeeze-di-beta1-i386-DVD-2.iso Yes, the DVD's were cut, verified and checksummed on a different machine and drive; Pioneer DVR-110 with updated firmware. Thanks for any help forthcoming. Yours, ' McTech ' .

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Source: apt-setup
Source-Version: 1:0.52

We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
apt-setup, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:

  to main/a/apt-setup/apt-cdrom-setup_0.52_all.udeb
  to main/a/apt-setup/apt-mirror-setup_0.52_all.udeb
  to main/a/apt-setup/apt-setup-udeb_0.52_all.udeb
  to main/a/apt-setup/apt-setup_0.52.dsc
  to main/a/apt-setup/apt-setup_0.52.tar.gz

A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to 602421@bugs.debian.org,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

Debian distribution maintenance software
Colin Watson <cjwatson@debian.org> (supplier of updated apt-setup package)

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Format: 1.8
Date: Thu, 06 Jan 2011 17:23:52 +0000
Source: apt-setup
Binary: apt-setup-udeb apt-mirror-setup apt-cdrom-setup
Architecture: source all
Version: 1:0.52
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Install System Team <debian-boot@lists.debian.org>
Changed-By: Colin Watson <cjwatson@debian.org>
 apt-cdrom-setup - set up a CD in sources.list (udeb)
 apt-mirror-setup - set up a mirror in sources.list (udeb)
 apt-setup-udeb - Configure apt (udeb)
Closes: 602421
 apt-setup (1:0.52) unstable; urgency=low
   [ Otavio Salvador ]
   * Fix label reporting with recent APT. Closes: #602421.
   [ Colin Watson ]
   * Reinitialise a couple of bits of debconf state after calling
     chroot_setup in the cdset generator, otherwise sourcing the confmodule
     in load-install-cd gets horribly confused.  This spaghetti code needs to
     be rewritten after squeeze.  Closes: #602421.
   [ Updated translations ]
   * Northern Sami (se.po) by Børre Gaup
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