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04 Feb 2024 20:48 - 04 Feb 2024 21:00 #292441 by my1987toyota
this is for the debian 12.4.0 netlist iso version 
 

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I am going to throw in a different drive and run the Debian 12 linuxcnc iso then post back give me about a half hour.
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04 Feb 2024 20:58 #292442 by tommylight
That is exactly what i needed, does not mention minor versions just Debian 12.
Thank you very much.
Can you also try
cat /etc/os-release
Should return more helpful info, hopefully.

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04 Feb 2024 21:02 #292444 by my1987toyota
after I finish the install on the other drive I will get you that on both of them for reference.

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04 Feb 2024 21:30 #292445 by my1987toyota
Debian 12 with XFCE and linuxcnc 2.9.2 install iso
fail file dump from terminal
 

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cat etc os release file
 

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now to put the other drive back in and post that one
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04 Feb 2024 21:39 - 04 Feb 2024 21:40 #292446 by my1987toyota
and finally the netlist mate with linuxcnc added after the cat etc os-release file

 

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04 Feb 2024 22:46 #292453 by tommylight
Thank you and sorry for all the trouble.
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04 Feb 2024 22:59 - 04 Feb 2024 23:26 #292454 by my1987toyota
no problem I hope it helps fix the problem. I now have a second drive with the problem code loaded on it
so I can just switch them when needs be.
 
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05 Feb 2024 02:06 #292472 by tommylight
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05 Feb 2024 07:43 #292491 by rodw
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I went back to my PC here that I installed Linuxcnc 2.9.2 on to test the ISO after I built it and found the same fault.
It seems Debian does not like upgrading the RT Kernel  from 6.1.0-16 to 6.1.0.17
I rebooted and repeated the sudo apt upgrade and had the same fault but I noticed that Debian did not complain about other 21 dependencies this time round. So those updates must have been made! The kernel is typically updated right at the end from memory.

It seems the upgrade proceeds but just the RT kernel is not updated. I think it can be safely ignored.
The only things Debian will roll out to Bookworm is security updates and maybe bug fixes to Firefox etc so its not a deal breaker. 
I think it can be ignored.

Its not like we are building the RT kernel; like we do for the PI so this is clearly a Debian issue.
 
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06 Feb 2024 22:44 #292694 by my1987toyota
I just tried the sudo dpkg purge recommended at the beginning of this topic and I don't get the error anymore all seems to function great.
Thanks again guys. 
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