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

On Sat, 2013-08-31 at 20:48 +0200, Paul Kocialkowski wrote:
> 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.

That's very odd. I'm afraid that without breaking in to get some logs
I'm not sure how to take this any further.

> 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?

That's what we have been doing, isn't it?


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