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Re: Jessie installation working again

On Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 09:19:25AM +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> Here is another update of the Debian Jessie status.  Yesterday,
> several new versions entered testing, fixing more issues.
> The Installation of all profiles except the main server profile should
> now be working.  Main-server installation is blocked by the gosa bug
> #757558 fixed in unstable (should enter testing in a day or two).
> None of the profiles can boot out of the box because of #757767, but
> the fix is trivial when done during installation.  I hoped to fix it
> after Alexander migrated debian-edu-config to git, but might create a
> jessie branch in subversion and fix it there if the migration take a
> long time.  I normally fix this by adding 'exit 0' at the top of
> /dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/fetch-ldap-cert to disable it during
> testing.
> I've tested the MATE desktop installation (using desktop=mate in the
> debian-installer prompt) and it seem to work just fine.  The KDE
> desktop seem to work fine too. :)
> The roaming workstation do not work out of the box because of bug
> #729982 in sssd, and the fix is waiting in unstable but blocked by bug
> #748671.  But fixing it is trivial, one just need to edit
> /lib/systemd/system/sssd.service to fix the path to the binary.
> The Jessie workstation should work fine with Debian Edu servers using
> both Squeeze and Wheezy.  Please test it and let me know if it work
> for you. :)
> I have not tested the Thin Client Server profile yet. :)
> -- 
> Happy hacking


which installation media/image did you use?



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