RE: linux-image issue
Hmmm.. well... to no avail... I have tried all those things suggested below and none have gotten me past this Debootstrap warning I get:
Warning: Failure while unpacking required packages. This will be attempted up to five times.
When looking at Alt-F4... I see the message
Errors were encountered while processing:
(The **** obviously are not the actual name of the deb but used for brevity..)
Try as I might, I have yet to get around this.
I did not create this custom kernel image, but at this point I am starting to suspect that it may actually be the culprit. It does however, install successfully if you just do it using apt-get or dpkg on a fresh install of the system.
Any other ideas? Is there some way to get Simple-CDD to be extremely verbose?
Thanks for any additional input.. Its appreciated greatly..
From: Vagrant Cascadian [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, October 31, 2008 12:43 PM
Subject: Re: linux-image issue
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 01:09:45AM +0100, Raymond.Schneider@swisscom.com wrote:
> Hello... I'm attempting to use Simple-CDD to build an iso for a system and Im
> running into a problem getting a custom kernel installed. I have it stored in a
> local directory that I am passing to build-simple-cdd via the -local-packages
> option and I can build the iso. The problem comes during installation. The iso
> fails to 'unpack' the linux-image package, and then the install is effectively
> over. It does the whole "will attempt to.... Up to 5 times....'
> This leads me to my question... what is the preferred methodology for getting a
> custom kernel package both included in a profile and installed when building a
> custom iso via simple-cdd?
don't include it in profile/YOURPROFILE.packages, rather include it in
profile/YOURPROFILE.downloads, otherwise it will attempt to install too early.
you'll probably also want to set in profile/YOURPROFILE.conf:
otherwise, the cd build will not fail if your kernel package is missing.
you might need to play with preseeding to get it to automatically select your
kernel package. i'm not positive this is still the right question, but maybe in
d-i base-installer/kernel/which-kernel select YOUR_CUSTOM_LINUX_IMAGE
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