[arch-releng] 2009.08 alpha images
flaviolira1 at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 11 15:15:02 EDT 2009
Downloaded archlinux-2009.08-alpha-core-x86_64.iso, but to install the packages I realized were not installed after the verification of integrity.
In "Configure System" all files /etc/* were blank when trying to
save a file using vi editor have generated the error " 'mnt/etc/*'
E212: Can not open file for writing" and when I set the password for
the root have caused the error "chroot: cannot run command `passwd ': No
such file or directory.". The file /arch/arch-install-guide.txt don't exist.
Somebody could help me solve them?
I apologize for my English!
> Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2009 17:56:07 +0200
> From: dieter at plaetinck.be
> To: arch-releng at archlinux.org
> Subject: Re: [arch-releng] 2009.08 alpha images
> On Thu, 09 Jul 2009 20:38:26 +1000
> Allan McRae <allan at archlinux.org> wrote:
> > Dieter Plaetinck wrote:
> > > Hi guys,
> > > As you may have read already
> > > (http://www.archlinux.org/pipermail/arch-releng/2009-July/000549.html )
> > > we are working on a new release, which we would like to have out
> > > there by froscon. (22 august 2009)
> > >
> > > You'll find the alpha images here:
> > > http://build.archlinux.org/isos/
> > > Target audience: interested hackers, eg the people on this list.
> > >
> > <snip>
> > I took the alpha installers for a spin. I haven't downloaded an iso
> > since 2007 and a bit has changed! Good work.
> > I used archlinux-2009.08-alpha-core-i686.iso in qemu and installed a
> > very minimal system (filesystem, kernel26, initscripts, pacman &
> > grub). Had no real issues, although I did nothing fancy...
> > A couple of minor suggestions:
> > You could use a "clear" on exiting the installer as the prompt was
> > still covered in the background colors.
> > When I get a message about going back and do rollback (after changing
> > filesystem stuff) and I click "yes", I get sent back to the main menu
> > instead of the hard disk setup menu.
> > Allan
> Not sure which dialog exactly you're talking about.
> There is one that suggests a rollback if something failed during
> partition/filesystem processing (that by itself would be bad)
> And rolling back is also proposed if you select
> one of partion/autoprepare/configure manually if you have previously
> configured your disks already.
> Please report a bug for this, and describe clearly what exactly happens.
> The 'clear' at the end is added btw.
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