Hi Martin, Mekeor, Martin Michlmayr <email@example.com> (2017-04-24): > * Cyril Brulebois <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2017-04-13 03:18]: > > (Adding tbm to the loop explicitly since he's the QNAP master.) > > FWIW, I helped Mekeor a bit on IRC originally but since I didn't know > what was wrong I recommended to send an email to debian-boot. > > > > main-menu: DEBUG: resolver (libgcc1): package doesn't exist (ignored) > > > main-menu: INFO: Menu item 'di-utils-shell' selected > > > > I think that's the first time I'm seeing this “succeeded but requested > > to be left unconfigured” status, not sure what's causing this. > > One of the things I see in the logs is: > > Apr 8 01:15:46 main-menu: (process:966): ip: SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device > Apr 8 01:15:46 main-menu: (process:966): ip: SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device > > but Ethernet is working fine, so I don't think it's a connectivity > issue per se. > > One thing I've always wondered about: oldsys-preseed preseeds eth0 as > the default interface and I suspect this is no longer true. However, > I never looked into changing it since it doesn't seem to cause any > issues. At least I was able to install stretch fine. > > Also, Mekeor had the issue with the jessie and the stretch installer. > It's the first time I saw a QNAP user with this problem and I suspect > we would have heard about it already if it was a common issue. Thanks for the context. > So I really have no idea. :/ Maybe setting DEBCONF_DEBUG=developer would help figure out what's successful and what isn't? KiBi.
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