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Bug#237121: marked as done (need a partman-nfs)



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has caused the Debian Bug report #237121,
regarding need a partman-nfs
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Package: debian-installer
Version: N/A; reported 2004-03-09
Severity: wishlist

Hi,
I tried to install a diskless client and mount an nfs-root-partition.
(No harddrives inside the diskless client, rootfs should be on my
server). First Problem: nfs-modules aren't loaded or "reachable" in
/lib/modules/.
Even after copying nfs.o, lockd.o and sunrpc.o (from a remote server,
after extracting them out of the kernel-image-deb), running 
"depmod -a", and "modprobe nfs", I still wasn't able to mount my 
nfs-server properly.

mount -t nfs <ip>:<dir> <dir>

didn't issue a rpc.mountd-request for the directory on the nfs-server. So
I copied another "mount"-binary from a stable debian-box. With the help
of strace, I discovered, that the second mount issues the correct
socket-functions, the busybox-"mount" seems to lack this
functionality.

Unfortunately debian-installer insists to partition a drive, just
mounting my desired root-filesystem on /target, didn't help and now I'm
stuck :) - Choosing "Install the base system" just keeps on returning to
"Partition disks".

sincerly,

				/fux

-- System Information
Debian Release: 3.0
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux pulp 2.4.25 #1 Wed Feb 18 15:56:26 CET 2004 i686
Locale: LANG=C, LC_CTYPE=de_DE@euro



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There are two bugs merged here but neither is actually supportable in DI.

The use case for each is just too small - there are many other ways of
creating an NFS depending on a range of other factors outside DI.

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Neil Williams
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