Re: Installing Wheezy on DreamPlug: Unable to make the system bootable
On Sat, 2013-08-31 at 18:54 +0200, Paul Kocialkowski wrote:
> > > When it hangs do you get a cancel or go back button which would allow
> > > you to access the installer syslog? Perhaps if you force a reboot at
> > > this point and boot in rescue mode (add "rescue/enable=true" to the
> > > bootargs) then you can access the target rootfs and find the instller
> > > logs in /var/log/installer?
> It seems like there is no /var/log/installer on the installed system,
> but I could get dpkg.log and apt/history.log (dmesg is there also but
> shows nothing relevant). Both files are attached to this message. It
> seems like flash-image and u-boot-tools are installed properly, but then
> it doesn't proceed with the installation. I'm trying to figure out why
> that is. Perhaps it is because I chose another partitioning layout, but
> I see no reason why it wouldn't work.
It's the only difference I can see between what you've done and what I
did. Can you try just accepting the default as an experiment?