Problem on Instalation of Debian Lenny
Well, I trying install Debian Lenny
on System z behavior z/VM.
The first attempt was: I downloaded
the essentials files from the official mirror ftp server (ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/dists/lenny/main/installer-s390/current/images/generic/)
but, the message "[17179570.468526] Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted
to kill init!" was displayed and the installation stop.
The next attempt was: I downloaded the
essentials files from other release of lenny (the first release announced
in 01/23/2009) (ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/dists/lenny/main/installer-s390/20090123+b1/images/generic/)
and the basic modules not found (the message bellow is displayed)
ââââââââââââââââââ¤ [!!] Download installer
â No kernel modules were found. This
probably is due to a mismatch â
â between the kernel used by this version
of the installer and the â
â kernel version available in the archive.
â If you're installing from a mirror,
you can work around this problem â
â by choosing to install a different
version of Debian. The install â
â will probably fail to work if you continue
without kernel modules. â
â Continue the install without loading
â <Go Back>
Well again not worked the installation..
I really need one help about this problem..
I have installed the Debian Etch a while
ago, but today this version is not supported in mirrors, I did not find
any mirror what work fine with this version.
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