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Re: Debian installer hangs


> Which cd-image did you use?

I used:

> It's frequently recommanded to try either the last d-i netinstall iso or 
> netinstall iso of ESIEE Team (http://www.pateam.org/cd-images/testing/) 
I can try this iso as well!
> using serial console for the install (then runing with sti fb)
how do you use the serial console for install?

> L. A. Linden Levy wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >I am very new to hppa, I just found one lying around (c180) and I
> >decided to try and install debian on it. I installed a SCSI cdrom drive
> >and booted to the 08-26-04 version of the debian-installer net install
> >cd. Things went well at first (albeit slow), I chose my language and
> >partitioned the drive the network came up and everything.  After that
> >the installer starts to copy over things like apt-utils etc. During this
> >process my install hangs at 9% when copying the file console-data*.deb
> >to the /target/var/cache/apt/archives directory. I have tried to
> >different cd's and I have verified the md5sum of the image before
> >burning. The only thing I can think is that there might be something
> >wrong with the cdrom drive. So I also tried another cd-rom drive and had
> >the same problem.I even switched to the second console and was able to
> >kill the parent process of the cp process and it led me back to the
> >debian install menu. I selected install base system and it hung again at
> >the same place. When i do ps on the 2nd console it now shows to cp
> >processes just sitting there. I also made sure that i was able to create
> >a file in the directory which I was. So I am all out of ideas and asking
> >for your help...Thanks in advance. 
> >
> >Alex
> >  
> >
Loren A. Linden Levy
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