RE: Trying to build netboot iso with live-* from unstable
Apt pinning the packages in unstable worked! So now I have the netboot system building and booting but it gets to a certain point in the boot process and starts reporting "Authentication failure". I assume it's trying to log in as a user with invalid credentials? Have you experienced this before?
Thanks again :)
From: Baurzhan Muftakhidinov [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2012 10:51 AM
To: Strickland, Carl
Subject: Re: Trying to build netboot iso with live-* from unstable
Even though you have installed live-* packages from unstable to your build host, they still pull live-* packages from testing during the build process.
What you can do is to get those live-* packages from unstable manually and put them into your config/packages.chroot directory.
Hope this helps.
On Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 11:08 PM, Strickland, Carl <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Ben,
>>Specifically, install live-build from sid on your build system and
>>include sid's live-boot, live-config and their dependencies (the
>>backends) in your config as described in live-manual.
> I'm not sure how I would include those packages in my config. I
> installed the unstable packages using "apt-get -t unstable install
> live-build live-config live-boot".
> Using "--volatile false" resolved the build issue. Thanks!
> Unfortunately I'm still dealing with the netboot issue which I think
> was supposed to have been resolved in unstable.
> It still appears that the system isn't bringing up a network interface
> before trying to mount the NFS share. I can't imagine what I'm doing
> wrong :(