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Re: Installing Wheezy on DreamPlug: Unable to make the system bootable

Le samedi 31 août 2013 à 19:16 +0100, Ian Campbell a écrit :
> 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?

This is insane. Using all the defaults, including the partitioning
layout worked. My previous attempt was to just change the / ext4
partition to ext2, and it triggered the issue. So now I'm wondering
whether I should use ext4 and swap or try to use my partitioning layout
nevertheless. It seems to me like ext4 (and other journalized fs) as
well as swap might kill the internal micro sdcard early. Is this an
accurate view or is it safe to use ext4/swap there?

In any case, there is a bug there -- my guess is that
flash-kernel-installer hangs because of the partitioning layout for some
reason. Note that running flash-kernel from the installed working system
with my custom layout did work.

Could we look forward to either finding a workaround for me or seriously
fixing the issue down to the code and releasing a new installer image
for wheezy?

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