Boot method: USB
Image version: http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/stretch_di_alpha5/amd64/iso-cd/debian-stretch-DI-alpha5-amd64-netinst.iso
Machine: Acer Aspire E1-521
Processor: AMD E1-1200 Brazos
Memory: 4 GB
Partitions: <df -Tl will do; the raw partition table is preferred>
Output of lspci -knn (or lspci -nn):
Base System Installation Checklist:
[O] = OK, [E] = Error (please elaborate below), [ ] = didn't try it
Initial boot: [O ]
Detect network card: [O ]
Configure network: [O ]
Detect CD: [O ]
Load installer modules: [O ]
Detect hard drives: [O ]
Partition hard drives: [O ]
Install base system: [O ]
Clock/timezone setup: [O ]
User/password setup: [O ]
Install tasks: [E ]
Install boot loader: [O ]
Overall install: [E ]
The install went fine except for the system upgrade: dpkg stopped because of dependency problems of systemd.
Here the last output (I translated it from German):
"dpkg: dependency problems prevent the configuration of systemd: systemd depends from libsystemd0 (=228-2+b1); but: Version of libsystemd0:amd64 of the system is 229-2. ifupdown (0.8.10) damages systemd (<< 228-3^) and is installed. The version instelled of systemd is 228-2+b1."
"WARNING **: Configuring 'pksel' failed with error code 100"
Downloading the updates, it had downloaded systemd=229-2. I don't know why it didn't install it.
The broken dependency prevented further package install and bootloader installation: if I install the bootloader before the system upgrade (expert install), the bootloader worked, but it hadn't installed sudo and the root user was blocked, thus I wasn't able to do anything