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Re: sysinst segfaults on Alpha ("file system full") - install help
Yeah, not too surprised about the core dump, oh well. I suppose I
could try running sysinst from the completed install and see if it
does a full dump to the hard disk, just for the sake of having one.
The CD drive is a newer one, not the DEC ones that don't get along
with CD/Rs, but it could still be a media issue, I dunno. Fortunately,
I'm up and running now, I just need to sort out the issues with X...
On 3/11/20, Martin Husemann <martin%duskware.de@localhost> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 07:34:56PM -0700, John Ames wrote:
>> Hmm. Better luck - not sure if it's the stable release or just
>> repeated head-to-wall voodoo, but sysinst at least recognized the
>> correct mount points for the partitions. Unfortunately, it still
>> segfaulted when trying to make any changes to the partitions, and it
>> gave read errors trying to copy the sets off the CD
> You are booting the install ISO burned to CD?
> I had trouble with that as the old CD drive did not like any of my CD/R.
> The core dump unfortunately (but expectedly) is truncated:
> BFD: warning: /tmp/sysinst.core is truncated: expected core file size >=
> 706320, found: 359448
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