Re: Problems with d-i on self-made (debian-cd/easy-build.sh) Debian images
Am Freitag 14 Oktober 2011, 10.07:27 schrieb Gaudenz Steinlin:
> Hi Mario
> On Thu, 13 Oct 2011 11:45:36 +0200, Mario Fux <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> wrote: Non-text part: Multipart/Mixed
> > Good morning
> > And then trying to install I got the following error message in qemu and
> > virtualbox:
> > Error message:
> > """"""""""
> > Error: Load installer components from CD:
> > No kernel modules were found. This probably is due to a mismatch between
> > the kernel used
> > by this version of the installer and the kernel version available in the
> > archive.
> As the error message says (unless there is a bug in d-i itself), the
> version of the kernel you are booting from your CD is not the same as in
> the archive. Which suite (stable, testing, unstable) are you tring to
> install? Did you somhow customize your installer kernel? These versions
> have to match exactly (including ABI version).
No. In the first attempts I used the same version (suite) for the installer
images as for the rest of the distribution. Afterwards I tried other
combination: d-i from sid and rest from wheezy. Didn't really help.
> The most likely cause is that the kernel got updated in between the
> moment you built your image and the installation.
Ok. Will try it again in the next days with an uptodate mirror and will come
back if it doesn't help.