Re: live-installer + empty fstab
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- Subject: Re: live-installer + empty fstab
- From: "Rui Miguel P. Bernardo" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2012 02:56:52 +0100
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I can confirm this.
live-build should not leave an empty fstab behind because it breaks
live-installer (and live-boot/config?) if it does. live-installer will
not create a new fstab
if one, even empty, exists. This breaks multi-partition disk
installations and even in "all in one partition" the swap partition is
not activated because it's missing in fstab.
On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 12:07 AM, Éclipse M <email@example.com> wrote:
> Start with wheezy amd64 and live-build 3.0~a48
> The installation work fine except one thing.
> When i reboot after installation, i got an empty file for /etc/fstab.
> I tryed many times even with a proper config to be sure.
> I got same result each time.
> I saw in the changelog for debian package "live-build"
>> live-build (3.0~a47-1) unstable; urgency=low
>> [ Daniel Baumann ]
>> * When removing fstab for live-installer also touch an empty file for
>> it to avoid other packages failing on non-existing fstab.
> So what's happen now... Before this new version 3.0~a48, installation worked