I'm trying to build an etch CD... Everything goes perfect (at least it
I'm taking the following steps:
1) Build the debian-installer and moves it to
2) Configure debian-cd
3) Generate the CD
But when I install it, it says
"No installable kernel was found in the defined APT sources.
bla bla bla bla...
Continue without installing a kernel?"
I don't know if the problem is related to debian-installer building or
On debian-cd, my kernel-task file (similar to
debian-installer+kernel-etch task file) has the following entries
It creates the binary image successfully... taking a look at
i386/Packages (and also on Packages.gz), I have the following entries
(got it with the command => "zcat Packages.gz | sed '/^Package:
\|^Filename/!d' | grep linux-" )
Now I just took a look on the pool directory just to make sure all the
files were there and yes, everything was there...
Anyone have an idea of what can be happening?
I believe it can probably be something wrong with debian-installer,
not with debian-cd...
Anyway... Thanks for the attention... =)
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