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Re: debian installer on arm64

On Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 07:59:14PM +0100, Thorsten Alteholz wrote:
>Hi Steve,
>On Fri, 12 Jan 2018, Steve McIntyre wrote:
>> No, not at all. Unfortunately, the Macchiatobin still ships with
>> U-Boot installed as the default firmware and it's not all that useful
>> for installation.
>am I right that this U-Boot stumbles over partition id 0xef of the second
>partition of the installer iso?

?? Not sure what you mean...

>> The EDK2 image I've used is one built by my friend Leif (unixsmurf on
>> IRC) [4], and it works reasonably well. Using that, the system should
>> happily boot Debian from a USB stick and it should let you install and
>> run.
>Great, thanks a lot! The installer does start now. Unfortunately I get:
>[2018-01-12 19:12:51
>Press ESCAPE for boot options ...[Bds]Booting UEFI BUFFALO USB Flash Disk A300000000633130
>[2018-01-12 19:18:01
>XhcBulkTransfer: error - Time out, transfer - 40
>[2018-01-12 19:23:07
>XhcBulkTransfer: error - Time out, transfer - 40
>[2018-01-12 19:28:13
>XhcBulkTransfer: error - Time out, transfer - 40
>UsbBotExecCommand: UsbBotGetStatus (Time out)
>UsbBootExecCmd: Timeout to Exec 0x0 Cmd
>but after that 16 minute timeout period it goes:
>Loading driver at 0x000B668E000 EntryPoint=0x000B668E400
>[2018-01-12 19:28:14
>Loading driver at 0x000B668E000 EntryPoint=0x000B668E400
>GNU GRUB  version 2.02~beta3-5
>and the installer is available. Do you have any idea why it needs to wait?

Sorry, no. How old/used is the USB drive?

Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.                                steve@einval.com
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