Hi KiBi, On 01/31/2017 08:04 PM, Cyril Brulebois wrote: > Hi Erwan, > > Erwan Prioul <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2017-01-31): >> Package: installation-reports >> >> Boot method: ISO image >> Image version: http://cdimage.debian.org/mirror/cdimage/daily-builds/daily/current/ppc64el/iso-cd/debian-testing-ppc64el-netinst.iso >> Date: Tue Jan 31 16:18:45 2017 >> >> Machine: qemu VM >> Processor: ppc64el >> Memory: 4Gb >> Partitions: >> /dev/sda1 7.3 MB PowerPC PReP boot partition >> /dev/sda2 6.6 GB ext4 >> /dev/sda3 4.2 GB swap >> >> 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: [O] >> Install boot loader: [O] >> Overall install: [O] >> >> Comments/Problems: >> >> Using qemu, I created a ppc64el virtual machine. >> I selected the guided partitioning to use the entire disk (all the >> default options). >> The installation went well but it failed to boot then. >> I got the same on P8 PowerVM and P8 baremetal. > > Do you have a reference image which managed to boot after installation, > which might help us pinpoint the regression (since it looks like one)? Unfortunately, I don't have a working image. The issue has appeared since last Saturday, Jan 28th. Erwan.
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