Re: install/update/upgrade dance
On 5/19/13 2:40 AM, Helge Deller wrote:
Is there a remote possibility that an updated netboot.iso or regular
install .iso's might be created in the near future to eliminate the need
for having to deal with trying to manually update the running kernel?
On 05/19/2013 05:42 AM, Geoff wrote:
Your 3.9.0 64 bit SMP kernel has been running well for the last few days.
After manually bringing eth0 up I was able to run "apt-get update", "apt-get upgrade" and "apt-get dist-upgrade".
"apt-get dist-upgrade" falls over with the error(s) that I have posted below. Any more ideas?
insserv: There is a loop between service rmnologin and mountnfs if started
insserv: loop involving service mountnfs at depth 7
insserv: loop involving service networking at depth 6
insserv: loop involving service mountnfs-bootclean at depth 9
insserv: loop involving service console-screen at depth 11
insserv: loop involving service nfs-common at depth 9
insserv: Starting stop-bootlogd depends on rmnologin and therefore on system facility `$all' which can not be true!
I just changed "# Required-Start:" and/or # Required-Stop:" lines in /etc/init.d/stop-bootlogd and/or /etc/init.d/rmnologin and deleted the other server.
Not sure if that's the best approach, but it worked.
By the way,
debootstrap --arch=hppa --no-check-gpg --include=libstdc++6-4.7-dev unstable /path/to/destdir http://ftp.parisc-linux.org/debian-ports/debian
works now nicely.
Details on http://wiki.parisc-linux.org/Debian_Ports_Installation
I tried installing the new 3.9 kernel in a currently running Lenny
system and not quite sure what I did wrong, but I can't get past the
boot IPL now. I checked /boot after I extracted the kernel according to
the instructions, and it showed the new kernel there, yet when I
re-booted, it hung before I could interact with the IPL and take out the
initrd line, etc. This is getting pretty frustrating for me and I don't
really have the know-how to get back into it otherwise. Fortunately, I
backed up the small site I was hosting on it before I started playing
upgrade games. I could put the straight Lenny distro back on it, and
reload everything, but if I can get it up to a more modern/stable kernel
and packages, I'd like to do that.
This is on a HP J6750 workstation with dual 875 mhz. CPU's, btw. (64 bit
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