Debian bullseye (11) image 1.0 released for B3

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MouettE
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Re: Debian bullseye (11) image 1.0 released for B3

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fredrikj wrote: 23 May 2022, 08:28 Mouette, I saw this commit:
> Imported new upstream version 5.10.117
https://github.com/Excito/kernel-5.10/c ... e02f05d339

Does that mean that you'll roll out kernel 5.10.117 as a stable update to all bullseye users now? If so, yay! :)
Yes
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Re: Debian bullseye (11) image 1.0 released for B3

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Kernel 5.10.117-1 is uploaded in the repo and available as an update, with intel wifi drivers included.

Do not hesitate to ask for kernel changes and/or upgrades. I cannot automate the build process (because it requires minimal testing) but building a new kernel is not very time consuming on my part.
Satrap
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Re: Debian bullseye (11) image 1.0 released for B3

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MouettE wrote: 23 May 2022, 17:02 Kernel 5.10.117-1 is uploaded in the repo and available as an update, with intel wifi drivers included.
Thank you! :D
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Re: Debian bullseye (11) image 1.0 released for B3

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I get the following on an install with bullseye and wipe = false...
2000-08-07 09:07:13.916 - INFO - Running Excito installer version 2.0 daemon process with pid 101
2000-08-07 09:07:13.923 - INFO - Checking image file /mnt/usb/install/bullseye/b3-bullseye-1.0-20211220-1622.txz
2000-08-07 09:07:13.930 - INFO - Checking /dev/sdb
2000-08-07 09:07:13.931 - INFO - Running 'fdisk -l /dev/sdb'
2000-08-07 09:07:13.957 - INFO - Running 'sgdisk -p /dev/sdb'
2000-08-07 09:07:13.999 - INFO - Running 'blkid /dev/sdb1'
2000-08-07 09:07:14.91 - INFO - Running 'blkid /dev/sdb2'
2000-08-07 09:07:14.185 - INFO - Running 'blkid /dev/sdb3'
2000-08-07 09:07:14.239 - INFO - Running 'sgdisk -i 1 /dev/sdb'
2000-08-07 09:07:14.278 - INFO - Running 'sgdisk -i 2 /dev/sdb'
2000-08-07 09:07:14.318 - INFO - Running 'sgdisk -i 3 /dev/sdb'
2000-08-07 09:07:14.359 - INFO - Destination disk: sdb (2.7 TiB, gpt)
2000-08-07 09:07:14.361 - ERROR - The existing (0.0 B) system partition does not meet minimal size criteria of 8 GiB
This is a bit odd, since the same install.ini file worked fine with buster and before. Tips anyone?

Running the indicated commands manually results in:

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[root@b3-install ~]# sgdisk -p /dev/sdb
Disk /dev/sdb: 5860533168 sectors, 2.7 TiB
Model: WDC WD30EZRZ-00G
Sector size (logical/physical): 512/4096 bytes
Disk identifier (GUID): 05775DC6-40BF-47A3-AAC2-549B44555D1B
Partition table holds up to 128 entries
Main partition table begins at sector 2 and ends at sector 33
First usable sector is 2048, last usable sector is 5860533134
Partitions will be aligned on 2048-sector boundaries
Total free space is 0 sectors (0 bytes)

Number  Start (sector)    End (sector)  Size       Code  Name
   1            2048       104859647   50.0 GiB    8300  
   2       104859648       107931647   1.5 GiB     8200  
   3       107931648      5860533134   2.7 TiB     8E00  

and for the first partition:

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[root@b3-install ~]# sgdisk -i 1 /dev/sdb
Partition GUID code: 0FC63DAF-8483-4772-8E79-3D69D8477DE4 (Linux filesystem)
Partition unique GUID: 7E2167AA-3A64-4B98-A912-EEF67B64F0CB
First sector: 2048 (at 1024.0 KiB)
Last sector: 104859647 (at 50.0 GiB)
Partition size: 104857600 sectors (50.0 GiB)
Attribute flags: 0000000000000000
Partition name: ''
UPDATE (and solved):

The logical sector size wasn't detected correctly in partitions.py, because there is no line starting with Logical sector size: in the output of sgdisk -p. I hardcoded it to 512 in that file and the installer ran...
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Re: Debian bullseye (11) image 1.0 released for B3

Post by guidol »

MouettE wrote: 23 May 2022, 17:02 Kernel 5.10.117-1 is uploaded in the repo and available as an update, with intel wifi drivers included.
@MouettE
Many Thanks for the image ;) It is working GREAT on my B3
debian has a fine support for the old kirkwood devices (like also the Sheevaplug)

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