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debian won't load


I'm trying to install debian from CD. All goes along fine until I get to passed the selection of the groups of apps. Then it says its selecting and installing software and goes to 5%. At that point, it just stops or hangs or something. I have tried every software set it can load and any combination there of. Nothing works.

Prior to this the message says the base system is installed. I thought that I could boot it at that point, but I get a message saying that GRUB is loading, please wait... and then I get an Error 15.

Any ideas?


On Nov 16, 2009, at 12:08 PM, Camaleón wrote:

El Mon, 16 Nov 2009 17:59:57 +0100, Roy Stuivenberg escribió:


I reinstalled sun-6-java .. and now it's working. First time I installed using aptitude, and get stuck with the license agreement .. after fixing
broken with synaptic manager, it didn't work, so I think it was the
license agreement, that did not pass.

That's fine, becasue I really dunno why your Iceweasel was unable to see
any of your java binaries (openjdk nor Sun's java) O:-)

I was performing some Lenny installations over the weekend and Java setup
was very easy and straightforward.

Thanks for the help.

Your welcome. Glad you got it working :-)



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