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Exit code 139
  • From: Rasmus Borup Hansen <rbh@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 09:56:13 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <15847.14777.226470.731170@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I changed a line in "/tftboot/pxelinux/default" from

append console=ttyS0,9800 console=tty0 load_ramdisk=1 initrd=initrd install=nfs://130.225.103.33/dist/suse/8.1 autoyast=nfs://130.225.103.33/dist/suse/control-files/ insmod=e100

to

append load_ramdisk=1 initrd=initrd install=nfs://130.225.103.33/dist/suse/8.1 autoyast=nfs://130.225.103.33/dist/suse/control-files/ insmod=e100

and now the intallation starts in graphical mode without any apparent
errors, and things appear to work fine (except for the keyboard not
being set to Danish). I understand that using a serial console (which
I don't use) should start the installation in ncurses-mode, but why
does graphical mode work when ncurses-mode doesn't?

Best regards,

Rasmus

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Rasmus Borup Hansen, system adm. Email: rbh@xxxxxxxxxx
Institute for Mathematical Sciences Phone: +45 353 20759
Universitetsparken 5 Cell phone: +45 20829308
DK-2100 Ø, Denmark Office: E208


Rasmus Borup Hansen writes:
> I'm trying to autoinstall 8.1 on an IBM ThinkPad T30 but on console 3,
> I get the following lines:
>
> NFS mount ok
> Setting up localhost...done
> going for automatic install
> Loading image "/var/adm/mount/boot/root"...
> mount: /ddev/ram2: we need a loop device
> mount: using /dev/loop0
> starting /mounts/instsys/sbin/inst_setup yast
> install program exit code is 139
> sync... ok
>
> Then nothing happens.
>
> If I then try to give the command "/mounts/instsys/sbin/inst_setup
> yast" on console no. 2, I get errors like
>
> ln: creating symbolic link `/mounts/instsys/usr/share/zoneinfo/.*' to `../../../../..//mounts/instsys/usr/share/zoneinfo/.*': Read-only file system
>
> and then later
>
> ln: cannot remove `/proc/1/exe': Permission denied
>
> The the installation proceeds using the ncurses interface, but later
> printer "No bios found at: 0xc0000" in the top left corner of the
> screen.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> As you can deduce from my previous postings on the list, I use a
> patched installation tree. Could this be the cause?
>
> Rasmus
>
> --
> Rasmus Borup Hansen, system adm. Email: rbh@xxxxxxxxxx
> Institute for Mathematical Sciences Phone: +45 353 20759
> Universitetsparken 5 Cell phone: +45 20829308
> DK-2100 Ø, Denmark Office: E208
>


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