On 09/10/2017 07:42 PM, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
On 09/10/2017 06:32 PM, Frank Scheiner wrote:I yesterday tested the image from  (SHA256: b07736dfa5bd167352d8f17f1d9bfc62fa9762f5496d0d134801b91f80bfb6b4) on an Ultra 10. Sadly the boot loader installation still didn't work. Unfortunately I also forgot to go back and check the available menu items before finishing up the installation without boot loader installation. I could later on install the boot loader manually via the rescue mode, so a workaround is still possible with the current image.Can you please re-run the installation and save the installation log from /var/log/syslog? I can't really work on this problem if I don't have any debug logs.
Ok, I have two syslog files at hand (see attachments). One before finishing up at the "nobootloader" step and one when the installation was finished. Hope this helps.
You could try installing "silo-installer" using "anna install silo-installer" after switching to a terminal using Alt+Fn keys.
Did that: ``` ~ # anna install silo-installer CAPB backup GET anna/retriever ~ # echo $? 0 ```...but it looked like it hang after the "CAPB backup" message. Hitting the Enter key it emitted the "GET [...]" message and exited. Although it exited with 0 I don't think it worked and the installer menu also didn't change.
I believe these are the relevant lines from the syslog (happened after finishing the installation so not included in the above mentioned logs):
``` Sep 10 18:50:50 main-menu: INFO: Menu item 'di-utils-shell' selected Sep 10 18:52:06 anna: sh:Sep 10 18:52:06 anna: /usr/lib/debian-installer/retriever/: Permission denied
Sep 10 18:52:06 anna: Sep 10 18:52:06 anna: sh:Sep 10 18:52:06 anna: /usr/lib/debian-installer/retriever/: Permission denied
Sep 10 18:52:06 anna: ```I later also tried `anna-install silo-installer` but that also didn't change anything on the installer menu, the corresponding log entry is most likely this one:
``` Sep 10 18:55:54 anna-install: Installing silo-installer ``` Cheers, Frank