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Re: No or wrong modules on netinst prevents install

Hi Carlos,

Carlos R. Pasqualini <carlos@carlospasqualini.com.ar> (2021-07-27):
> I'm having trouble using a netboot of bullseye, because of wrong kernel
> modules. This issue happens from time to time and happens from when a
> new kernel hits testing until a new corresponding release of
> netboot.tar.gz is published on ftp.debian.org 
> I can see on tracker that there are new commits not released yet, that
> i assume it is related, but not sure enough:
> commit 13997c93e86d59b4c22cc0f254c9ca95b78f35a0
> Author: Steve McIntyre <steve@einval.com>
> Date:   Sun Jun 27 22:41:58 2021 +0100
>     Bump Linux kernel ABI to 5.10.0-8
> Can we work on automating this a little bit further on a way that new
> kernels get released in sync with new builds of debian-installer?
> Last kernel migrated to testing on July 23
> We need either (or both) of:
> * Keep old kernel modules on repositories until new debian-installer
> gets build and distributed, so we can keep installing using netinst.

netinst is a full ISO which has all required bits. I reckon you meant
netboot here though.

> * Get some automation that a new kernel triggers a build and
> distribution of newer netboot images, so the requirement for the
> former tends to zero.
> Don't know if this issue needs to be resolved by this team or no
> Please, keep in mind I'm not on this list, so please CC me

https://d-i.debian.org/daily-images/ is what you're looking for.

Cyril Brulebois (kibi@debian.org)            <https://debamax.com/>
D-I release manager -- Release team member -- Freelance Consultant

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