Cannot build ISO
On Tue, Oct 16, 2007 at 01:09:12PM -0500, Adi Linden wrote:
> My Debian Live ISO will not boot. I am getting this error on the console:
> /bin/sh: can't access tty; job control turned off
> I found a live.log which states:
> /init: /init: 1: cannot opne /dev/fd0: No such device or address
> debug: Can not mount backdev /dev/loop0 (image = /live/image/live/filesystem.squashfs) on croot/imagename //filesystem.squashfs
> mount: Mounting unionfs on /root failed: No such device
> unionfs mount failed
> This is my very first try with Debian Live CD. I suspect that this should
> be a rather simple thing I am missing since the procedure I followed was
> very plain basic.
> I started out with a fresh minimal install of Debian testing. To that I
> added cdebootstrap and live-helper.
> apt-get install cdebootstrap
> apt-get install live-helper
> I then simply ran
> lh_config && lh_build
> That resulted in a binary.iso that when booted gave me the error described
I guess it's the same "no unionfs modules in sid" problem that
everyone has for the last 2 weeks. Your options are:
. Use the latest git sources (not yet uploaded?) live-helper and
. Use recent live-helper and specify: --union-filesystem-aufs \
--linux-packages 'linux-image-2.6 aufs-modules-2.6 squashfs-modules-2.6'
(this is implied in the GIT sources but not yet uploaded I guess).
. wait until unionfs works again; (ETA?)