Re: apt-cd setup [was Re: Re: initramfs-tools fixed (maybe)]
Andrew Sackville-West wrote:
I'm putting this back on the list as I don't install from CD's and
can't really answer this.
I will say though, that if you haven't read the installation docs, you
should do so as this is surely answered there.
On Tue, Mar 06, 2007 at 08:13:10PM -0600, Charles Blair wrote:
Grub seems to be working so that I am able to get at both debian and
When I log into debian and type
it asks me for choices, of which I checked "desktop" and "standard".
It then asks me to put
Debian GNU/Linux testing _Etch_ _Official Snapshot i386 CD Binary-1
in the drive '/cdrom/' and press enter
okay. Have you registered the cd's with apt? I don't know how this
works, but you have to have the cd's listed in your
/etc/apt/sources.list and you may have to also do some other mojo to
ge tthe recognised. i'm thinking its something like apt-cd or
something like that.
I think apt-cdrom add is what your looking for:)
I do this, and the message remains. It seems not to be recognizing the
CD. My guess is
that somehow it doesn't recognize the appropriate device. I think some
said that /dev/cdrom was redefined as "hdr"
I don't think this is causing the problem, but the name of the CD, as
it describes itself,
is slightly different, saying it's "etch" rather than _etch_.