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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003274||Kali Linux||Kali Package Bug||public||2016-05-04 17:03||2023-10-10 12:26|
|Fixed in Version||2016.2|
|Summary||0003274: kernel panic with latest live images|
This also happens, when booting in safe-option.
|Steps To Reproduce|
I tried several kind of builds:
All builds were don within a 32-bit as well as in a 64-bit ennvironment.
Former builds were running fine and worked fine.
Thank you for any help!
VBox.log (101,201 bytes)
Added VirtualBox Logfile (as it crashes there, too). Hope it helps!
Crashes not only on EEEPC. Crashes on all systens!
I'm sorry but you don't provide enough information. Can you provide screenshot of the crash? The output of dmesg?
What CPU do you use? Is there are version of Kali that was working for you?
Etc. Without any concrete element, I'll just close the ticket and ask you to get support on forums and on IRC.
Yes, no problem. I attached a video of the boot process. As you can see, I cannot start dmesg, as the boot crashes (how can this be called, when I cannot boot??)
The boot crashes on EVERY cpu, not only on EEEPC.
I made the video in virtualbox, as there is no difference by booting native or in virtualbox.
The last versions, which build fine and worked fine were about 4 weeks ago (I am building unregularly, mostly within 1 or 2 weeks, so I cannot tell exactly the day).
I believe, it has soemthing to do with the build process, as I have kali-linux installed on several systems and those are booting fine.
The builds I am doing (and which worked before) could done in two ways. First one is the original way:
This worked well and I could also use apt-cacher-ng.
The second way is the one, you are prefer on your website:
As I already told: both ways are building fine, both ways crash at boot.
More informagtion: I made a fresh git-download and build within a kali livesystem as well as on a native installed kali-linux (both native were kali-rolling) = all crash.
What else is to say? I wondered, why kali-linux has changed to use the "./build.sh" command, as this is not that, what the live-build-manual requires.
At the moment I am trying a new build, but that will last several hours. When finished, I can send the build.log, if needed.
Hope this helps a little bit.
Yes, please provide the log file of the build.
I guess you don't have the same problem with our official images, right?
And what about daily images here? http://archive.kali.org/kali-daily-images/kali-linux-light-rolling-i386.iso
Somehow I have the feeling that your CPU are not compatible with the 686-class of CPU required by the i386 architecture nowadays. See debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2016/05/msg00001.html
This is nonsense! 4 weks ago everything is working. And now it crashes on ALL my computers? I repeat: The crash is showing on ALL cpus and ONLY on a build livefilesystem.
The problem IMO exists in the kind of making the build or in the git itself.
However, I will test a daily-build iso, of course. If that boots, I will then build a new livefile within this environment. This will last several hours, so maybe I can report tomorrow the results.
I downloaded and checked: This one is crashing, too.
Meanwhile I contacted Ben Hutchinson and he confirmed, all my cpu's are still supported.
Can you attach the video that you promised?
What kernel version are you using?
Of course. I uploaded it again. Maybe I uploaded it at the wrong bugreport. However, here it is again.
Sorry again. Seems the video is too big for this site (2MB). Please download it here:
So I confirmed the problem and it is not i386 specific. It seems to be a recent regression. It's also reported on the Debian side:
I'm looking if https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=823323 is also not related to this. At least it would make sense.
Yes, I think so, too. This would also explain, why an installed kali-linux is booting fine, and only the livefile is crashing.
When the related fixed packages are in the repo of kali-rolling, I will soon build a new iso and test it out. Report follows then after build.
Each build lasts about 6-8 hours on my system, so please be patient. I will then try both ways: lb config > lb build, and the recommended way with ./build.sh.
I prefer the first one, because I can use apt-cacher-ng with it, with the second way this does not work and every build needs to download all packagaes again and again.
The bug has been tracked down to a regression in util-linux's mount implementation: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=823856
This bug has been fixed with live-boot 20160511~kali1 that I just uploaded to Kali (copy of the version I sent to Debian at the same time).
|2016-05-04 17:03||vanguard||New Issue|
|2016-05-07 16:28||vanguard||File Added: VBox.log|
|2016-05-07 16:29||vanguard||Note Added: 0005196|
|2016-05-09 07:31||vanguard||Note Added: 0005198|
|2016-05-09 08:14||rhertzog||Note Added: 0005199|
|2016-05-09 09:07||vanguard||Note Added: 0005203|
|2016-05-09 10:04||rhertzog||Note Added: 0005207|
|2016-05-09 10:24||vanguard||Note Added: 0005211|
|2016-05-09 10:59||vanguard||Note Added: 0005216|
|2016-05-09 12:06||rhertzog||Note Added: 0005218|
|2016-05-09 12:14||vanguard||Note Added: 0005219|
|2016-05-09 12:26||vanguard||Note Added: 0005221|
|2016-05-09 15:20||rhertzog||Note Added: 0005222|
|2016-05-09 15:20||rhertzog||Assigned To||=> rhertzog|
|2016-05-09 15:20||rhertzog||Status||new => assigned|
|2016-05-09 15:20||rhertzog||Summary||Kali-livefile crashes at boot on EEEPC => kernel panic with latest live images|
|2016-05-09 15:41||vanguard||Note Added: 0005224|
|2016-05-09 18:42||rhertzog||Note Added: 0005225|
|2016-05-11 13:56||rhertzog||Note Added: 0005236|
|2016-05-11 13:56||rhertzog||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2016-05-11 13:56||rhertzog||Fixed in Version||=> 2016.2|
|2016-05-11 13:56||rhertzog||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2020-12-01 10:48||g0tmi1k||Priority||high => normal|
|2023-10-10 12:26||vanguard||Status||resolved => closed|