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Used the sid kernel and built the image. But again when i tried to install it gives an error saying "kernel do not match. Live kernel is 3.2.0-3 and installer kernel is (*). Please reboot with correct kernel (*)."On Jul 13, 2012 5:08 AM, "Ramu Sethu" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Used the sid kernel and built the image. But again when i tried to install it gives an error saying "kernel do not match. Live kernel is 3.2.0-3 and installer kernel is (*). Please reboot with correct kernel (*)."
On Jul 9, 2012 5:22 PM, "Ramu Sethu" <email@example.com> wrote:Hi Ben
Adding config parameter "--debian-installer-gui true", will that help me for this kernel mismatch problem ??On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 1:40 PM, Ramu Sethu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion...
Kernel mismatch problem, will this get solved if I use normal/regular installer along with live installer when building the image ??.
I went through manual, which says i have to preseed with "live-installer/enable=false" to have both installers.
If I do this, will I be able to install the wheezy through regular/normal installer? Or will i again face this issue even in this??On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 3:40 AM, Ben Armstrong <email@example.com> wrote:
On 08/07/12 06:22 PM, Ramu Sethu wrote:Either wait until that kernel enters wheezy, or else also pull the sid
> Thanks all for the suggestion. Now it boots with sid version of live
> packages in config/packages.chroot. But when i try to install from the
> live image it says kernel version mismatch. It says the current live
> kernel is 3.2.0-2 and installer kernel is 3.2.0-3. Boot with correct kernel
> i use daily installer in the live build config.
> What is wrong ?? Do i need to mention 3.2.0-3 when building the live
> image ?? Or do i need to wait till wheezy updates itself to 3.2.0-3
kernel into your config as well. Don't forget to include the related
kernel metapackages (grep your .packages list from your last build for
linux-image to find out which).