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Bug#703994: marked as done (debian-edu-config: offline installation with debian-edu-6.0.7+r1-DVD.iso not working)

Your message dated Sun, 14 Jul 2013 18:28:19 +0200
with message-id <201307141828.22730.holger@layer-acht.org>
and subject line closing as wontfix
has caused the Debian Bug report #703994,
regarding debian-edu-config: offline installation with debian-edu-6.0.7+r1-DVD.iso not working
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Package: debian-edu-config
Severity: important

On 26/03/13 12:41, Mike Gabriel wrote:> Hi Philipp,
> On Mo 25 Mär 2013 23:29:19 CET Philipp Huebner wrote:
>> I am asking because it is impossible to do offline installations with
>> the debian-edu-6.0.7+r1-DVD.iso. I have been trying to install main
>> server and thin client server separately, both fail with this
>> message:
>> "To install Debian Edu using PXE and NETINST CD, network connectivity
>> is
>> required. It is currently missing, so this installation can not
>> continue
>> and will be aborted"
>> Please note, I am using the _DVD_ image, but installations only work
>> if
>> I have completely working internet access.
>> When I switch to terminal 4, the last 2 log output lines are:
>> edu-is-testinstall: detected production install
>> log-output: wget: bad address 'ftp.skolelinux.org'.
> Haaa! I had a similar issue. I used desktop=gnome on the kernel boot
> prompt line. Did you do something similar?

No, I simply selected "64 Bit graphical install" from the DVD's menu.

> The DVD only has KDE. What installation profile did you choose (main
> server, combi server: main server+workstation+ts)?

I tried main server only and workstation+thin-client-server, the
behaviour is exactly the same every time. When internet access is
configured correctly it works and the next step is setting the root

Kind Regards,

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we clearly wont be able to fix offline installability issues with our squeeze 
release media anymore (mostly due to lack of human ressources to work on it), 
thus I'm closing this bug. 

Please check our new wheezy usbstick image would should work in offline mode.


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