* Peter Mogensen [2017-08-12 23:10]:
> Yes. I started a debian "reinstall" on a wheezy installation on the
> QNAP, by running the kirkwood-qnap to detect the kernel version.
> I don't recall getting an error, it just does:
Ok. I don't think running the script on wheezy's
On 2017-08-12 22:40, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> Oh, sorry, I thought you were talking abou the flash-debian script
> (the script you run on the QNAP firmware to run the installer). But
> you're talking about kirkwood-qnap, the script in flash-kernel. What
> error did you get? Which verison of
* Peter Mogensen [2017-08-12 08:42]:
> >> (even though the kirkwood-qnap script can't auto-detect the right
> >> kernel version on a 419PII)
> > Maybe the QNAP firmware has changed. If you can easily go back to the
> > QNAP firmware, we can look into this issue.
On 2017-08-11 21:46, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
>> Using the kernel-6282
> Are you sure you're using the right kernel?
Not 100%. (Since I couldn't find documentation about the difference),
But I read the detection script and noticed that it got the "6282" name
frem lspci, and that my box had
* Peter Mogensen [2017-08-05 22:23]:
> While trying to install stretch on a QNAP 419PII, the installation
> consistently fails with a segfault in dpkg when it tries to install
> locales and libc-l10n.
I received one other report about a segfault on QNAP (when running
While trying to install stretch on a QNAP 419PII, the installation
consistently fails with a segfault in dpkg when it tries to install
locales and libc-l10n.
I install using the method described here:
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