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Old 01-03-2012, 12:44 PM   #1
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wheezy netinst iso installation problem?

I wan to install the debian-testing-i386-netinst.iso but get this error:
No kernel moudles were found. This is probably is duo to a mismatch between the
kernel used my this version of the installer and the kernel version avilable in
the archive.
I check the md5sum and it's good:
#md5sum debian-testing-i386-netinst.iso
8d9d313f5dbf2b5f5d247ba6900ffc2c debian-testing-i386-netinst.iso
Old 01-03-2012, 01:49 PM   #2
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Keep in mind that Wheezy (and therefore also its installer) are still in testing phase. Sometimes the daily build of the installer is broken. Try one from a few days ago or wait one or two days, such things are fixed relatively fast.
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Install from the stable netinstall .iso - just do a minimal install, and then dist-upgrade to wheezy/testing.
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thanks for the replies since one week i am just trying to download and install, i thought this well improve in the new builds but still the same problem, i don't know if any other get this error or it's the case just with me?
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I have never had that particular problem with it. Have had enough though to follow the advice from caravel.

Get the stable netinstall. If you install the core tools, or what ever the last option is, you can easily upgrade from the tty login when you boot and check to make sure the sources list is correct and not trying to use the install CD or something for a source.

Nano is one of the tools included so it is pretty simple. Then just run update and upgrade. That way you do not have a huge upgrade to the version you want and then you can install whatever else you want on that base right there too.
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I am getting the same error it happened with 2 seperate wheezy downloads 1 for x86 & also today for amd64, both were wheezy.


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