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Oem error

Postby ubuntushop » 16 Nov 2017 18:47

Get this error( see attachment) after filling in username,pasword and autologin in oem setup mode.
pressing ok error windows get's me back to the oem user desktop
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Re: Oem error

Postby Schoelje » 17 Nov 2017 06:09

Could you start GParted and post back the print screens of the disks?


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Re: Oem error

Postby ubuntushop » 17 Nov 2017 07:12

here it is.
I have loaded the iso from the hdd into ram and then installed solydx.
I will try to to install from usb and see if the error comes also.
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Re: Oem error

Postby Schoelje » 17 Nov 2017 07:26

I see that /dev/sda1 is locked. Installing on a partition that is in use is not possible. This is probably due to the fact that you're booting from HD instead of USB or DVD. It shouldn't have crashed, though.


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Re: Oem error

Postby ubuntushop » 17 Nov 2017 07:38

i am loading the iso this way:
menuentry "solydx" {
gfxpayload=keep
set isofile="/iso/solydx_9_64_201707.iso"
loopback loop $isofile
linux (loop)/live/vmlinuz boot=live findiso=${isofile} config quiet splash nomodeset toram
initrd (loop)/live/initrd.img
}

The nomodeset is needed because without it the xfce desktop is not coming up.

In the live system there is no /dev/sda1 mounted. I can install solydx ok.

the gparted picture is taken from a installed and running system.

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Re: Oem error

Postby Schoelje » 17 Nov 2017 17:07

I can prevent the error from showing but you still won't be able to install it when you boot the ISO from disk. The ISO needs to be started from a pen drive or DVD.

I don't know why dd isn't working. It's also out of scope of the problem described in the OP.


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Re: Oem error

Postby ubuntushop » 17 Nov 2017 17:52

Installing when boot the ISO from disk works great. But in oem, i get the error.
If I install with normal user, all goes perfect when installing from iso that is on hdd.

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Re: Oem error

Postby ubuntushop » 27 Nov 2017 20:22

Schoelje wrote:I can prevent the error from showing but you still won't be able to install it when you boot the ISO from disk. The ISO needs to be started from a pen drive or DVD.

I don't know why dd isn't working. It's also out of scope of the problem described in the OP.



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Re: Oem error

Postby Schoelje » 28 Nov 2017 07:18

Open a terminal in a live session:

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apt update
apt install live-installer-3
live-installer

This way you can see the output of live installer and post it back here if you find an error.


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