Splitting this because AFAICT it has nothing to do with systemd, I
just ran into it while trying to get systemd to work.
On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 1:19 PM, 686f6c6d <686f6c6d(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 16:16, 686f6c6d <686f6c6d(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
>> - Using kernel-default-3.1.0-1.2.1.x86_64 from the "install" repo, the
>> installation succeeds.
>> - Using kernel-default-3.1.9-1.4.1.x86_64 from the "update" repo, the
>> installation fails.
> Let me correct that: Once I changed the profile again to re-include
> some of our scripts (that were disabled while debugging), even
> kernel-default 3.1.0 fails with the same problem.
> Need to do further debugging.
Those seem to be unrelated problems. One thing I can say with
certainty right now is that my profile does not work when I enable the
update repo: installation of kernel-default fails because large parts
of the device nodes in /dev are missing. When I disable the repo,
everything works fine.
Uwe: What is the best way to proceed from here? Should I open a bug
for autoyast (although autoyast is not the real culprit here), or
should we debug further on this list/off-list and then open bugs for
the correct packages?
I'm currently sanitizing the logs of both installations with and
without the update repo enabled, which will take a while.
686f6c6d / Christopher 'm4z' Holm
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