[clug] Debian Jessie (Testing, ) "no installable kernel was found in the defined APT sources"
bob at cs.anu.edu.au
Fri Oct 17 19:18:38 MDT 2014
On 17/10/14 10:53 PM, Tomasz Ciolek wrote:
> I have been running jessie/testing for a while now...
> To get to jessie, ideally you install wheezy, then change your osurces.list, and then do
> apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgarde
+1 (ie. that's also what I do).
I have about 4 boxen running Jessie. ("about" because two of them are
virtual and not always running).
To "change your osurces.list", I do:
# vi /etc/apt/sources.list
(then the apt-get update etc.)
> On Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 10:03:33PM +1100, Simon Oxwell wrote:
>> Hi George,
>> Jessie is still a bit alpha, isn't it? Having trouble finding an installer
>> for it myself, but assuming you were doing a network install, the mirror
>> you picked might not be mirroring anything past wheezy.
>> On 17 October 2014 21:53, George at Clug <Clug at goproject.info> wrote:
>>> I recently tried to install Debian Jess using VMware Workstation 10,
>>> and the installation fails with the error "no installable kernel was
>>> found in the defined APT sources". Has anyone else seen this issue ?
>>> I finally succeeded using the following suggestion from a web site.
>>> The solution I found was to let the installation continue (say Yes to
>>> the message asking if you want to continue without installing a
>>> Then, when the final prompt "Installation complete" appears (i.e.
>>> the one that appears just before it goes down for reboot), do the
>>> 1.Press Alt+F3 to switch to a virtual console, then press Enter to
>>> activate it.
>>> 2.Type "apt-install linux-image-amd64"
>>> 3.Wait for the prompt to re-appear (you can monitor progress by
>>> pressing Alt+F4, but you must Alt+F3 to see whether it's actually
>>> 4.When the installation of the kernel is complete, press Alt+F1 to
>>> return to the installer, and press Enter with the Continue button
>>> highlighted to reboot the system
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