Re: Fwd: Re: Probably a stupid question but...
Pissing around with the "expert" mode of install leads me to belive that some
(possibly all) the network modules are missing from the installer as well as
some other modules. In an attempt to get around this I installed another
network card in the machine and tried to boot again. Same failure but
So far the missing (or mismatched) modules are:
Now without a network card I cannot continue - am I just unlucky insofar as
the two network cards I have tried are just too exotic to make it onto the CD
(seems unlikely) or is there a problem with the installer (in which case what
do I do?),
On Thursday 26 May 2005 18:30, SA wrote:
> ---------- Forwarded Message ----------
> Subject: Re: Probably a stupid question but...
> Date: Thursday 26 May 2005 18:20
> From: SA <email@example.com>
> To: Paolo Alexis Falcone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I downloaded the netinst image, put it on a CD and booted my machine with
> it - after a few questions I get this:
> "No kernel modules were found. this is probably due to a mismatch between
> the kernel used by this verion of the installer and the kernbel version
> available in the archive
> if =yiu are installing from a mirror you can work aropund this problem by
> choosing to install a different version of the Debian. The install will
> probvably fail to work if you continue without kkernel modeuls" (only
> without the spelling mistakes).
> No I can't make any progress at all - anyone know what to do?
> On Thursday 26 May 2005 12:59, Paolo Alexis Falcone wrote:
> > On 5/26/05, SA <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > Dear List,
> > >
> > >
> > > I wanted to install debian on an amd64 / x86_64 SMP machine from IOS
> > > images, I can't find a suitable set of images on the mirrors I have
> > > looked for these but they are absent. I have found amd64.debian.org
> > > however I am still a little confused:
> > >
> > > Since sarge is due out at the end of the month and this is due to
> > > contain a mainstream amd64 distro should I wait unitl next week to do
> > > this?
> > There'll be an unofficial stable release of Debian for the AMD64
> > architecture -> visit amd64.debian.net.
> > Once sarge gets released, the amd64 architecture would be merged into
> > Debian and would be officially included in Etch (the next stable
> > release).