[App_rpt-users] DIAL dissapointment

Loren Tedford lorentedford at gmail.com
Mon Dec 7 23:33:27 EST 2015

Interesting I have never had this happen with any of my installations so
far 6 machines fully running and functional..
First off was their internet connected to the machine? Dial is a network
installation setup I wish they had a full setup version that didn't require
internet but so far havent seen one..

Another issue i ran into is the username and password this is common one

username: root
password: debian

The way i read this it almost sounds like it was unable to download the
packages from the internet I just did an install test with no internet
connection and i got a similar result might double check your internet
settings and try again.. Typically I generally swap hard drives when i do
an install like this.. This allows me to have about 5 minutes of down time
instead of 5 hrs or more..

Loren Tedford (KC9ZHV)
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On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 10:22 PM, W2IBC <w2ibc435 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am very disappointed with DIAL. quite frank won't install, get a red
> screen "no root filesystem" error when it attempts install. no way at all
> to get into a manual set up it appears. AND on the same CD I can install
> debian jessie vanilla no problem, why? I can chose the settings.
> I use a HP server with dual 3.0ghz processors and 5GB ram.
> I guess since I have a sever instead of some raspi im just boned eh? if I
> seem mad its cause I am, I was not happy in wasting 5 hours today plus fuel
> costs to the repeater site fighting this.
> No offense, but making it 100% automatic creates problems and is a
> horrible idea IMO
> --
> W2IBC <w2ibc435 at gmail.com>
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