Bug#922815: insserv FATAL while updating as mountkernfs has to be enabled to use service udev
KAction at debian.org
Thu Feb 28 12:06:10 GMT 2019
control: reassign -1 udev
[2019-02-27 08:00] shirish शिरीष <shirishag75 at gmail.com>
> > Seems there is no /etc/init.d/mountkernfs.sh on your system.
> > Since your init system is systemd, I question, why do you need insserv
> > in first place. Do you have bin:initscripts installed?
> > My guess is that update-initramfs invokes insserv /if/ it is available,
> > and since you have insserv installed, but no initscripts, we get this
> > bug.
> > Adding initramfs-tools maintainer into loop. If my guess is correct,
> > this issue should be resolved on initramfs side, since making insserv
> > depending on initscripts is not nice to user.
> > --
> > Note, that I send and fetch email in batch, once every 24 hours.
> > If matter is urgent, try https://t.me/kaction
> > --
> Dear Dimity,
> You are right on both counts. Indeed systemd is pid 0 on my system.
> In answer to your query, I attempted -
> $ aptitude why insserv
> i rcconf Depends sysv-rc
> i A sysv-rc Depends insserv (> 1.12.0-10)
> Does this answer the question?
Well, it does answer how to workaround problem -- either install
initscripts or remove insserv. But in general, you are in your right
to have this combination of packages on your system.
Since initramfs-maintainer says, that initramfs-tools do not invoke
insserv, another guess is udev/init-system-helpers. Reassigning for
Note, that I send and fetch email in batch, once every 24 hours.
If matter is urgent, try https://t.me/kaction
More information about the Pkg-systemd-maintainers