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|0003553||Endian Firewall||Installation||public||2011-03-23 15:42||2011-03-29 08:41|
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|Summary||0003553: Install - error initializing OHCI_HCD - loop|
|Description||Having difficulty getting 2.4.1 installed, error message:|
"Error initializing ohci_hid"
then - an endless loop with:
mount -t proc usbfs .......... etc
I have tried both "nousb" and "nousborpcmcia" at boot time. When I do those, it comes up with "/bin/mountsource.sh" then "scanning media" but it is not installing.
|Additional Information||I am installing fresh onto a box that have been using for an efw for over 3 years. The install (3 years ago) was 2.2 if I remember correctly. Replaced all the drives, and ready to go. --- Now,|
As I am booting (with CD in place) the installation starts, and then blanks the screen (blue) and so I switch using ALT-F2 and watch the console.
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As soon as it all started, I used alt-F3 and did dmesg | less:
kudzu used the depreciated sysctl system call with 1.23
[installer.xxxx] Segfault at 218 ip 0804dbbf error 4 in installer [8048000+4d000]
---then it repeats endlessly---
did you check if the image is not corrupted by calculating the MD5 hash and by comparing it against the one provided here
Thanks a lot!
Yes, it does match the MD5SUM. I still had the problem until I used an external CD reader (USB) and ran the install with just the NOPCMCIA option. Not sure what the issue is.
When I ran with the external USB drive, the error message came up, 2 to 3 times, then the USB drive went active, and started reading the CD. It finally installed - after a long (very long) wait on the Spammassassin package. However; with the options that I started this thread/bug with, it would not complete. It just had the endless loop.
The machine is up and functional at this point, I still think there is a bug, but there may be a work around in the "External USB CDROM" method.
thanks a lot for providing all these info, for the testing and for the workaround!
Probably you are right about the bug, even if I think is related to a missing driver or something similar.
|2011-03-23 15:42||qzzx1k||New Issue|
|2011-03-23 16:02||qzzx1k||Note Added: 0006006|
|2011-03-28 09:25||lorenzo-endian||Note Added: 0006019|
|2011-03-28 09:25||lorenzo-endian||Assigned To||=> lorenzo-endian|
|2011-03-28 09:25||lorenzo-endian||Status||new => feedback|
|2011-03-28 15:32||qzzx1k||Note Added: 0006024|
|2011-03-29 08:41||lorenzo-endian||Note Added: 0006025|
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