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Re: Bug#457508: (no subject)

On Sunday 23 December 2007, Henry de Valence wrote:
> After getting the "No kernel modules found" message, I do "go back" and
> then in the menu choose to open a shell. (just making sure that's the
> right way to do that)

Yep, that's one way. Another would just be switching to VT2 or VT3 using 
alt-Fx (or ctrl-alt-Fx if you're using the graphical installer).

> uname -a gives me:
> Linux (none) 2.6.22-3-amd64 #1 SMP [date] x86_64 unknown
> I found that the folder /cdrom/pool/main/l/linux-kernel-di-amd64-2.6/ did
> not exist.

Right. That's the problem right there then.
I've found an inconsistency in the debian-cd build system between the 
regular first CD and the KDE/Xfce CDs which would explain this. I've now 
fixed that, so the next build (scheduled for Monday) should be OK.

Thanks for reporting the issue and sorry for the inconvenience.


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