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Bug#750586: syslinux-common: Boot fails. Failed to load ldlinux.c32. File must be in /. Upstream bug


I want to know if this bug have been fixed or not?
I downloaded the netboot.tar.gz yesterday and can not boot by PXE. 
I got this error of 
failed to load ldlinux.c32
Noticed this bug report already more than a year old, I would guess the solution should been compiled in the distributed netboot.tar.gz.
Or I really have to build my own netboot.tar.gz?
On Wed, 04 Jun 2014 20:59:01 +0200 ewew <m.alfaeko@gmail.com> wrote:
> Package: syslinux-common
> Version: 3:6.03~pre1+dfsg-4 and others
> Severity: grave
> Tags: d-i upstream
> Justification: renders package unusable

> After many time spend on testing. I have found solution to problem described
> in bug reports #749991 and #750244. It is comfirmed that netboot.tar.gz for SID 
> has been built with wrong kernel modules. After spend time with building my own
> netboot.tar.gz i have found the solution to error failed to load ldlinux.c32.
> This bug has been reintroduced by the upstrem and causes following error.
> This info is available on syslinux mailing lists. I also found this problem
> seems to be presend in debian-cd bug #699884, but not tested.
> Other info is available on debian-devel mailing lists with subject "Possible 
> kernel modules missmatch in netboot.tar.gz for debian testing".

> Thank You

> Have nice day

> ewew

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