On Friday 29 December 2006 13:34, Phil Meyer wrote:
Scrubbing trees... /tmp/treedir.29220/instimage
cp: cannot stat `/tmp/treedir.29220/instimage/boot/memtest*': No such
file or directory
mv: cannot stat
`/tmp/treedir.29220/instimage/usr/sbin/busybox.anaconda': No such file
These might be an issue
They're not really, you just won't be able to do memtest from the CD.
Found keymap override, using it
Wrote /tmp/makebootdisk.initrdimage.7258 (5796k compressed)
Building isolinux directory
192000 pixels, 9629 bytes, (89.97% compression)
Unknown file type (unallocated)
/big/pungi/6.89/i386/os/images/isopath/.. - ignoring and continuing.
mkdosfs 2.11 (12 Mar 2005)
cannot find package kernel-xen in path /big/pungi/6.89/i386/os/Fedora
No i586 kernel, trying i686...
Building i686 guest initrd.img
Wrote /tmp/makebootdisk.initrdimage.7258 (5808k compressed)
Why is the i586 image here??
Not entirely sure, but may not be a problem either.
The result is ALWAYS:
ERROR : failed to mount loop: Invalid argument
ERROR : Error mounting /dev/loop0 on /mnt/runtime (Invalid Argument)
This happens when using the stock /etc/pungi as shipped from extras, and
any incarnation of comps.xml that I can put together.
This is due to using the kernel that was in FC6 updates, which couldn't mount
squasfs images to add files to. A new kernel was put into updates yesterday
that should solve this issue.
Release Engineer: Fedora