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Old 12-26-2008, 06:39 PM
Moritz Muehlenhoff
 
Default Bug#298260: installation-reports

reassign 298260 linux-2.6
thanks

On Sun, Mar 06, 2005 at 12:08:31AM -0600, KParkansky@milwcnty.com wrote:
> Package: installation-reports
>
> Debian-installer-version: sarge-i386-1 ISO dated 2/28/05
> uname -a: N/A
> Date: 3/5/05 23:30
> Method: SCSI CD Boot hooked to integrated Adaptec 7880
> SCSI controller (i.e. CD not connected to RAID controller)
>
> Machine: HP Netserver LX Pro with HP NetRaid controller - applied
> latest firmware from HP's site for system and controller
> Processor: Dual Pentium Pro 200
> Memory: 524288 KB
> Root Device: N/A
> Root Size/partition table: N/A
> Output of lspci and lspci -n: N/A
>
> Boot off of CD is successful.
> Debian Installer spash screen appears with "...Enter to boot:"
> Press Enter and get:
> Loading /install/vmlinuz.....
> Loading /install/initrd.gz......
> Screen goes blank and flashing cursor appears in upper-right
> corner of screen and just sits there. System is hung at this
> point and I need to press Reset button.
> Tried 'debian-installer/framebuffer=false' but this didn't help.
> Also tried 'netcfg/disable_dhcp=true' with the above - no help.
> Rebooted and pressed F1 and then F6 to read about special disk
> drives and when I press Enter from this screen I get:
> Loading /install/vmlinuz....
> Loading /install/initrd.gz.....
> Ready.
> and then get a CR/LF and the cursor flashes below the 'R' of
> 'Ready.' and just sits there. System is hung at this point.
> There is no USB or PCMCIA on this system so I didn't bother
> trying those related boot parameters. Didn't see any reference
> to either the 7880 or NetRAID controllers on the F6 boot
> parameters screen.
>
> This same system loads Woody with no problems.

Does this error still occur with more recent kernel versions?

Cheers,
Moritz



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