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Re: installation from the image to another usb-stick
ok, the problem with the /sbin/umount /targetroot has been solved. It takes at
my Dell Celeron with 5GB RAM about 30 minutes. A progress-bar like everywhere
else would be a future installation approvement, IMO. Like
$set = integer
if=$set = checksum (sha256)
$progress= 100% - rest of sets
or something like this for a non-programmer like me.
Still no boot with an KASLR_KERN, getting bootcode and menu and tries to start
from hd0b; setting boot "(r)sd2a (or be or d)" leads to I/O-error. I guess the
bootcode has to be rewritten or the seed from the boot.cfg has to adjusted.
thx for understanding for my bad programming language, like basic and pascal
with C or so....
Op Samstag, 22. Jänner 2022 20:54:00 CET schreef lizbethmutterhunt%gmail.com@localhost:
> Op Samstag, 22. Jänner 2022 13:52:40 CET schreef u:
> > On Sat, Jan 22, 2022 at 11:19:23AM +0100, lizbethmutterhunt%gmail.com@localhost
> > > hello guys,
> > > when doing this, everything went fine until the point where the new
> > > system
> > > has to be unmounted due to system reboot.
> > What happened then?
> Normally on the SSD it goes fluently so I didn't thought on an cache and the
> stick has no flashing LED, so I can't see any progress. Well, I resetted
> the machine getting BAD SUPER BLOCK and MAGIC NUMBER; f* impatience I
> guess. This is my big mistake on things like that, like the whole
> genereration; everything and by now! Gonna try, will /proc!
> thx for hint,
> > Typically there will be a long delay at this point, as basically all
> > content of the new usb stick is written to the hardware before
> > continuing (while most of it had been only cached in ram so far).
> > Depending on your usb sticks speed (and selected file system details),
> > this may take a few minutes.
> > Martin
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