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RE: BusyBox workaround

Is there a way to manually get the missing package during the install and get it to continue?


As it warned me, bypassing this step and choosing “none” cause the install not to produce boot files, though the install finishes so it appears there are no other issues once I get past this one.


 [?] Configuring console-common

The list shows the available kernels. Please choose one of them in

order to make the system bootable from the hard drive.


Kernel to install:







Thanks again in advanced,



From: Charles Abdouch [mailto:Charles.Abdouch@CiscSystems.net]
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2007 12:12 PM
To: debian-cd@lists.debian.org
Subject: BusyBox workaround


Howdy all,


I have been reading the threads related to the BusyBox package issue and was hoping some fix made it into today’s snapshot build.

“Package busybox is not available, but is referred to by another package.”


Is there a work-around I can use to continue the install and testing?


Thanks guys,


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