Re: Simple default ISO generation fails
If I don't include the 5 packages I mentioned, keeping my same wheezy
build platform to build a sid image, then it works. startpar does not
error and we are at the bash prompt
[i.e I change my script to add a
--distribution "sid" \
I've just (11:44GMT 19-Apr-2012) tried a
wheezy on wheezy with
lb config \
--binary-images hdd \
--archive-areas 'main contrib non-free' \
--mirror-bootstrap http://danny:3142/ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ \
--mirror-chroot-security http://danny:3142/ftp.uk.debian.org/debian-security/ \
--bootappend-live "hostname=foo username=bar persistent"
live-build, version 3.0~a46-1
(but no systemd package thanks Ben). It works, with no startpar error
and user is correctly logged in.
Removing the entire build tree and building a new one from the script
above, but this time not adding 4 packages:
startpar: services(s) returned failure: live-boot ... failed!
However, I am now left with a bar@foo$ prompt.
This wasn't the case 1 week ago, but means I can abandon my
workaround. Could this be to do with Wheezy live-* packages not
getting propagated out?
On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 12:28 PM, Ben Armstrong
> On 04/19/2012 08:10 AM, Tim Gibbon wrote:
>> I think that was me using a sledgehammer to crack a nut. I simply
>> built the live-boot, live-build and live-config packages from the git
>> repositories, using the instructions from the manual.
> Did it fail if you use live-* packages currently in sid?
> I guess I have a short memory, as now that I go back and look at
> recently closed live-boot and live-config bugs, there is at least this
> one against live-config that was causing some problems:
> Though quickly skimming through that bug, it doesn't seem to have
> anything to do with Daniel Ellison's starpar issue.
> And when I look at my last test build of a default wheezy image on Apr.
> 2 + live-config 3.0~a33, it boots successfully whereas my prior test
> build had failed.
> I have not, myself, retested against sid live-* packages recently.
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