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If you have debian Kernel Etch installed on your computer, I hope this guide will help you solve this problem. Etch is the name of the DebianStable previous send mode. It was released on April 9, 2007 as Debian GNU/Linux 4.0. It was replaced by Debian/Lenny on February 15, 2009. It has been registered and will no longer receive warranty updates.
Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 has been deprecated sinceDebian GNU/Linux 5.0 (
Lenny). Some related to thisInstallation images may no longer be available in the market or may no longer work andInstead, it’s probably recommended to install Lenny.
To get Debian GNU/Linux 4.0r9(engraving), download, similar images:
etch-and-a-half(using updated kernel 2.6.24)available on a separate page.
If you only read one specific document before installing, please read ourInstallation Quick GuideRepresentation of the main process. Other useful documents include:
detailed installation instructions
general questions and answers
This will be a list of known issues that the package installer has.Debian GNU/Linux 4.0r9. If you are facing a beautiful problemIf you are installing Debian and don’t see the problem described here in person, please email us.installation reportDescription of the problem orcheck the wiki oftenfor other known issues.
Mistakes For The Introduction Of 4.0r3
Errors For Version 4.0r2
In this release,
Configuring a serial console with a GRUB error is in progress.under the version for 4.0p0.
Due to omissionsotra installer definitely does not use the generic kernel selection.since 4.0r2 but slightly older (2.6.18.dfsg.1-13). Modules loaded laterin the configuration, the later setting (2.6.18.dfsg.1-16) can be disabled, but howthese two versions are already compatible with the ABI of this one, if there are no problems.
For the same reason, additional support for Nevada keys for SGI O2 machines was mentioned ingraduation testare not actually included in this release.
These two or more issues will no doubt be fixed in the next release of Etch.
Errors For Getting Version 4.0r1
This new version fixes some of the issues that were present in the 4.0r0 baseline.Additional USB CD drives will probably be recognized and gksu will work correctly.configured when the root account is set and disabled (sudoFashion). Indeed, most ext2 filesystems can be created on amd64.
The list of mirrors has also been updated with Catalan and Romanian.Section translations.
With the update, some kernel for this version, in particular the installerInitially released images and etch 4.0r0 (netboot and driveety) noThe longer one almost certainly works due to the incompatibility of the major kernel version. Installations on CDdoes not affect.
Errors For Version 4.0r0 Support
- Disk devices may change on reboot
- Resizing existing ext3 spaces may crash
- AES circular encryption failed during installation
- Incomplete installation of desktop task from California King CD
- Faulty routers can cause social media issues
On systems with multiple CD controllers, the kernel may allocate /udevMany different device nodes when rebooting the system compared to those used in planningInstallation with different boot order, including drivers.
This can cause shoes or boots to fail on the system. In most cases it might befixed by increasing bootloader config and /etc/fstab,optionally via the installer's real recovery mode.
Please note that this issue may occur again during startup.Correcting this issue is a priority in the next release of Debian-Installer.
The installer is currently unable to resize ext3 partitions that this dir_index has.storefronts and/or resize_inode are enabled.Enter hereThese are the ext3 partitions that the entire etch installer was built with. If you use hd-media loop-aes encrypted shield during installation, please purchasehd-media (e.g. from a USB stick), this maythe following error message (or similar) in the main syslog(#434027): The full CD image also contains all the important packages.Install a complete desktop task. This means that if you just start using itCD as a single source, installs the desktop taskbar. If you are experiencing network issues during installation, this may be the case.Somewhere m Waiting for you and Debian mirror router just calls thisdoesn't take better care of window scaling.See #401435 and thisKernel trap content forDetails.
However, you manually resize the ext3 partition during installation.Continue until you finally reach the split step with this
partman-crypto: ioctl: LOOP_SET_STATUS: invalid argument, requestedCipher or key length (256 bits) not supported by the kernel.
This problem is usually caused by the presence of a CD image at the beginning of the installation.going into a loop that executes the normal loop module thatPrevents laterThis is a compression of some modules of the AES loop.
You can get around this problem withPrinting a CD, unloading the loop boot module, its AES loop module andRemount the CD image.
You can resolve this issue during installation by selectingfrom the ability to use a network mirror as a source to the ability to install packagesCD (not recommended unless you have a decent internet connection) orafter someone restarts the installed program withapt-cdrom to then load additional CDs and select desktopSubmit as soon as possible to aptitude.
If you use hd-media loop-aes encrypted shield during installation, please purchasehd-media (e.g. from a USB stick), this maythe following error message (or similar) in the main syslog(#434027):
The full CD image also contains all the important packages.Install a complete desktop task. This means that if you just start using itCD as a single source, installs the desktop taskbar.
If you are experiencing network issues during installation, this may be the case.Somewhere m Waiting for you and Debian mirror router just calls thisdoesn't take better care of window scaling.See #401435 and thisKernel trap content forDetails.