Re: Lubuntu 14 && U-MATE 15 installer issues [PPC]
golisp at centrum.sk
Fri May 15 20:27:56 UTC 2015
This makes sense to me. You cannot find linux root partition from harddisk and you are doing setup for advanced user. If those your steps will not work, then you will make storm flood about wrong installer.
Please don't do it. If you want to help with testing, then use technical description without impressions.
Have a nice weekend, summer, and upcomming years.
> Od: Fritz Hudnut <este.el.paz at gmail.com>
> Komu: Peter Golis <golisp at centrum.sk>
> Dátum: 15.05.2015 22:02
> Predmet: Re: Lubuntu 14 && U-MATE 15 installer issues [PPC]
> CC: "lubuntu user list"
On Fri, May 15, 2015 at 11:26 AM, Peter Golis <golisp at centrum.sk <golisp at centrum.sk>> wrote:
Yes, I had shown to you approx. the same steps as are done by automatic installation process. But this is different was as you are describing as "bug in installer". Could you please show picture of creation partition type Apple_Bootstrap with system NewWorld bootblock? You can take a picture using your phone if you dont know how to digitalize it. This small bootstrap partition type is required by yaboot and partition type nor size nor system can be changed for that use.
And regarding kernel log, there will be better to show that log. Apport is required part of base installation. I believe, it was not removed from installation medium. Also, you can that log transfer using different disk (e.g. small usb disc or any removable medium) to any computer instance with internet access. Right?
Also, dont forgett to check downloaded installation medium for deffects and check if you have enough RAM installed in your computer for graphical installation.
Funeral services are being scheduled for this install . . . sometime soon. After this morning's boot into 15.04 going to black screen, I rebooted a short while ago, back into single user and when screen went black I was able to open a TTY shell that I could see and read. I was then able to "repair" the ethernet connection, and then ran the apt-get dist-upgrade, which included a new kernel. That is the good news . . . .
On reboot I just let "Linux" be the boot param and we made it again to the Ubuntu MATE splash . . . and then into a dmesg-like list; this time we got passed the "authenticate and authorize privileged users" . . . (which is where it was crashing before") . . . and now we got down to "started runanacron jobs . . . printer . . . " and then again with the "p link was shut down."
System freezes . . . and the TTY will now not open . . . .
So, these problems with crashing are continuing in the GUI . . . and, even with single user, still seems like "display is found" . . . but then screen goes black . . . and this last time a few minutes ago going to TTY did not work.
Perhaps I can boot a live desktop and then open GParted, which should show me how the disk is partitioned . . . and I could take a picture or perhaps screen shot of it. However, as mentioned many times now, Yaboot is working, so that isn't an issue.
The issue on the installer appears to be the "double flagging" of two partitions with "/" in the "manual" installer; whereas the "automatic" installer did install the system, which I was able to get to the MATE splash, after which the system has crashed . . . so the system itself seems to be "very buggy" . . . and now, even after update/upgrade . . . problems with crashing GUI and black screen in single user are still happening.
For triage purposes if there is something I can do to provide data to you I will put off the funeral, but as of right now I can't get to a TTY, so I can't do "apport" and I don't know the commands to send a copy of the Xorg.0.log . . . but even if I did it would have to be from a live desktop image?? Would that work? I don't think that would be the same as the installed system log, right?
Possibly if I reboot again it **might** let me get back into a TTY, but the whole thing is so unreliable that without some advanced assistance on how to repair it . . . it just is beyond my skill level to fix or use. If it doesn't do basic stuff like log into GUI with internet connection or even reliable provide a read-able single user interface . . . how is that practical??
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