Bug#749991: Wrong kernel in debian-installer package
On 2017-03-27 11:56, Nye Liu wrote:
The reason I ask is because I have custom grub menu configs that I
don't want to constantly hand edit or patch on a cron job along with a
cron to download the dailies... and then have no idea if the cron will
do the right thing, or if the daily even works. I'd like a "known
good" net boot install server for testing and this is making it
Well, no-one can give you that guarantee with testing (rather than
stable, but even there you might need to re-download the installer). One
way would be to mirror a snapshot of testing, get an installer to work
with it and then let the install process upgrade everything
post-install. There isn't necessarily a need to install the most current
at all times.
Even if we'd leave the old kernel udebs in testing for a while, you'd
still hit a point where we'd need to drop them and old installers would
So if you are serious about the "even works", which is also a function
of the hardware you install on, then maybe you need to run your own
installer qualification process once in a while.
If you think this might be useful I'd be willing to help develop a
patch and/or help test one.
Well, if you have ideas that work within the current framework, we can
see about that. Thanks for the offer. :)