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Bug#749991: A tiresome subject for YEARS.

On 10/25/18 11:06 AM, Oliver Riesener wrote:

On 10/25/18 1:45 AM, Ben Hutchings wrote:
On Wed, 2018-10-24 at 18:44 +0200, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
On 10/24/18 6:42 PM, Oliver Riesener wrote:
No unetbootin, it’s the stock  stretch netboot   installation.
initrd kernel from actual Debian9.5/…./amd64/netboot/netboot.tar.gz
didn’t find kernel modules anymore. The old one before too.
It’s a point release problem. Older versions of modules (.udeb ?) seems
to be from debian repo.
Are you sure you used a matching kernel image and initrd? Both have to match
their version otherwise it won't work.
But when you use netboot the udebs in the archive *also* have to match.
And they don't after a point release.

Yes, that's the point. Packages are updated, today it runs perfect again.

Oh, i am sorry, i got the issue yesterday with jessie 8.0 point release, becource
my (old) bootp entry points to 8.0/pxelinux.0.

Upgraded to jessie/current/netboot image, works also fine.


I'm creating debian-installer images myself on a regular basis and from my current knowledge and testing, it's very unlikely that there is a bug in
the kernel and initrd matching.

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