Ken Hillier wrote:
2.6.15-3 and 2.6.15-4 work with what appears to be 0.51 version of initramfs-tools. An earlier version does not work, and the current testing version of yaird does not work. When yaird updated it did something to initramfs-tools, broke it. I am not sure what sequence of events happened, but I installed initramfs-tools and 2.6.15-3 installed fine. I updated the system, which had a yaird upgrade, later updaing the kernel, only to run into the same error message. I had to re-install initramfs-tools, and for some reason it was at 0.47 or something, which didn't work. With the upgrade to 0.51 version, everything is working again.maximilian attems wrote:I have to schedule a transition of the system in question. The system in question is currently being used for media streaming testing running windows. I will attempt reinstalling the latest 2.6 kernel with both yaird and initramfs-tools when I can free up the resource I am hoping this weekend.tags 328534 moreinfo severity 328534 important stop please add requested further info about status with latest 2.6.14 or 2.6.15-rcX from experimental using initramfs-tools. regards
Since this system is now functional with a recent kernel version I will be running it as is with initramfs-tools instead of yaird at this time, and letting the system stabilize. Let me know if there is something else I can do. thank you for your help.