Hi Michael, Michael Owen <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2016-11-16): > Package: installation-reports > > Stretch Alpha 8 Installation Failure > > Boot method: netinst, both Alpha 8 and Daily Build > Image version: Alpha 8 > Date: Multiple times, multiple machines, multiple drives > > Machine: Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2K > Dell Inspiron 3847 > Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 7800 (Gigabyte) > Intel i3 4th Generation (Dell) > Memory: 4 GB DDR2 (Gigabyte) > 8 GB DDR3 (Dell) > Partitions: sda1 full drive, sda5 (Gigabyte) > sda1 and sda5 (Dell) > (multiple configurations testing, including full drive single > partition) > > 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: [E] > Clock/timezone setup: [O] > User/password setup: [O] > Install tasks: [ ] > Install boot loader: [ ] > Overall install: [E] > > Comments/Problems: > Installation fails on base system install with the following error message: > /lib/partman/choose_partition/60partition_tree/do_option: line 88 > then it states > /lib/partman/active_choices/copy/choices: not found > then it states > debootstrap error 127 > > <Description of the install, in prose, and any thoughts, comments > and ideas you had during the initial install.> > > I get the identical error on both machines and in all possible > configurations. The two copies of netinst were full download of > netinst and a daily obtained with jigdo with good checksum. > The only thing in common between the machines is both have Intel > processors with Intel graphics but the Dell is much later version. Dailies are going to hit #844458 I suppose. Are you getting the exact same error with Stretch Alpha 8? That would be rather curious since the above mentioned bug should only be in code available in unstable, rather than testing. It'd be nice to get a full /var/log/syslog from such an installation attempt (feel free to compress it so that it doesn't get munged by mailing list software). KiBi.
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