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Re: Bug#980209: installation fails at the "install boot loader" phase

Control: reassign -1 debian-installer

On Vi, 15 ian 21, 22:38:12, Dave Dyer wrote:
> package: installer
> installing debian-live-10.7.0-i386-kde+nonfree.iso using the live option
> and installing from the booted memory stick.
> On an old x86 notebook, installation fails with an informative message, 
> "bootloader-config failed, package grub-efi-amd64 is not available."
> this looks like a goof related to the fact that this is a 32bit machine, but
> whatever - what do I do about it?  The whole install process is automated,
> except for partioning the disk.  The system is non-bootable, and even
> if booted through some other magic, the file is still in some transitional
> state.
> Here's the result of booting the current live cd, and running the install item from the
> desktop. Note that no network is set up at any point up to this message. Also
> note this is on an old x32 laptop.
> <https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WtuRoJ7wM-Dc3Z98ESwcIGeZKsJm58DS/view?usp=sharing>https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WtuRoJ ... sp=sharing
> and as you can see here, the file system is in some intermediate loading state
> and there's no grub-install in the path and no apparent advice about what to
> do next.
> <https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HfPUt7yCJBrSMiJJq4LFc6UNI3NVp2KX/view?usp=sharing>https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HfPUt7 ... sp=sharing 

Reassigning to correct package.

Kind regards,
Looking after bugs assigned to unknown or inexistent packages

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