[pkg-fso-maint] Downloadable result of install.sh?
oberger at ouvaton.org
Sat Aug 29 06:56:37 UTC 2009
"Nikita V. Youshchenko" <yoush at debian.org> writes:
> Looking at recent discussions in several lists, quite a people are unable
> to complete debian-on-freerunner installation with install.sh because of
> dependency issues.
> Given nature of debian unstable, such situations will happen in future as
> well. This looks like contant source of frustration to all those new users
> who want to try debian.
> Because of that, it could be a good idea to keep a tarball of successfully
> completed install.sh somewhere, and let people download and unpack that
> (either as a backup option, or even as a recommended way).
> What do you think?
What do you mean... the whole result of the Debian system ? ... it's in
the chroot/destination... for example where you asked it to install (for
me in /media/card) and available for scp.
For the logs, my advice would be to install with something like :
./install.sh 2>&1 | tee -a install.log
But there are many logs in the desdir's /var/log/
Am I missing something ?
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