Error using custom image
luke.williams at canonical.com
Fri Jan 20 18:24:35 UTC 2017
So I now get a listing when I use 'snap list' of the installed snaps
compared to in the past where it would ask to install a snap. However,
my /lib/modules/ directory and /lib/firmware directory are empty,
however, when I look in /snap/kernel/x1 the kernel.img, initrd.img, the
.dep and .dep.bin and the modules and firmware directories are all
there. I look in the syslog and dmesg and I don't see any errors other
than systemd cannot find my dependency file in
Any ideas on this error?
On 01/20/2017 01:06 AM, Oliver Grawert wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 19.01.2017, 17:52 -0800 schrieb Luke Williams:
>> In the assertion file for the image, if it is amd64, is the model and
>> gadget still pc or is it core now?
> core is hardcoded in ubuntu-image to provide the rootfs, you usually do
> not need to specify it anywhere.
> if you dont plan to modify the gadget, keep pc and let it also download
> from the store.
> the name of the assertion does not matter as long as you use the right
> filename in the ubuntu-image call.
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