Op 19-05-2021 om 20:06 schreef Cyril Brulebois:
Goedendag Paul, and thanks for your report. Paul van der Vlis <email@example.com> (2021-05-19):I did install Debian on an Acer laptop. The installation went OK, but I have some things to tell: 1. After the installation the 240GB SSD was after a short period full with PCIe AER errors in the logs. I think it's good to tell about errors in the logs, but doing that thousands of times is not OK. After using "PCI=NOAER" the laptop works fine.Looks like something that might be worth reporting against src:linux?
Yes, but this machine is back to my customer and I don't have the logs. I cannot do experiments on it. Correction, I did use: "pci=noaer", no capitals. I guess this will become a problem on some machines.
2. After the installation the sources.list had a "deb cdrom" line. Important to tell that I've used the official DVD ISO image. This problem was there too in Debian 10. I will add the sources.list. I think most people who use a DVD-iso will use internet to install more packages, and will remove the DVD or stick. I sell Debian DVD's.I think deactivating cdrom entries was implemented several release cycles ago. That should be the case for both buster and bullseye at the minimum (if memory serves). Please share your /var/log/installer/syslog (compressed, due to bugs.d.o and/or lists.d.o size limits) so that we can check what happens there?
Attached the installer-syslog (attached) of another machine. This is *always* the case with the DVD-version of the installer (not with the netinstaller!).
I am a "Debian pre install vendor" and I also sell USB-sticks with Debian, so I have seen this really often.
With regards, Paul -- Paul van der Vlis Linux systeembeheer Groningen https://www.vandervlis.nl/