A patch was added to clr-boot-manager (CBM) in Clear Linux which detect
the clr-init file and install it when it is found. This patch avoids to
add a symlink per kernel.
The symlink from the native kernel is not needed anymore.
Signed-off-by: Miguel Bernal Marin <miguel.bernal.marin(a)linux.intel.com>
bundles/bootloader-extras | 1 -
1 file changed, 1 deletion(-)
diff --git a/bundles/bootloader-extras b/bundles/bootloader-extras
index dad94b3..cdd0622 100644
@@ -4,4 +4,3 @@
# [MAINTAINER]: Hernandez Gutierrez, Josue David <josue.d.hernandez.gutierrez(a)intel.com>
Initialize the bundle with userspace component.
Currently the native kernel supports bluetooth drivers and for now assume
native kernels are in use with hardware-* bundles. This is the first
hardware-* bundle intended to be for enabling specific hardware. Eventually
there may be hardware-*-$vendor bundles for certain classes of devices.
This is not yet intended to support hotplug but instead be detected for
installation time bundle selection.
bundles/hardware-bluetooth | 6 ++++++
1 file changed, 6 insertions(+)
create mode 100644 bundles/hardware-bluetooth
diff --git a/bundles/hardware-bluetooth b/bundles/hardware-bluetooth
new file mode 100644
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+# [TITLE]: hardware-bluetooth
+# [DESCRIPTION]: Software to enable use of bluetooth hardware
+# [STATUS]: Active
+# [MAINTAINER]: William Douglas <william.douglas(a)intel.com>
just an admin here, thinking... is Clear Linux somehow, out
of the box, equipped to deal/support Phi coprocessor?
I remember in flavors such as rhel, centos, ubuntu, etc. I
had to grap whole software stack from Intel, so called
MIC(mpss, probably more) if I remember correctly.
What is the situation in Clear Linux?
many thanks, L.
does swupd use proxy? I assumed it should be able to, it's
On my box the OS has not directnet access, I set env
http(s)_proxy but these donot seem to affect(help) swupd.
How to manually make OS to honor a proxy?
many thanks, L.
yes, iso installer, I understand it's the most obvious
I've been doing iso off a usb stick, tested the stick in
qemu and it gets to first stage of config no probs.
I've tried also a remote iso via ipmi, this fails the same.
..and 20520 fails the same too.
On 25/01/18 18:12, Douglas, William wrote:
> Ah you are using the iso it looks like, I know we have had
> issues with this, Alex will probably know best.
> Are you mounting the iso locally via a usb or are you
> doing this remotely?
> If you try to use
> on a usb locally do you still hit an issue?
> On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 4:51 AM, lejeczek
> <peljasz(a)yahoo.co.uk <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> On 24/01/18 20:42, Douglas, William wrote:
>> I'm really sorry that it isn't working for you out of the box =(. Any
>> chance that you are using a Xeon Phi card in that system or a GPU?
>> Unfortunately the screenshot was stripped off for the mailing list so
>> we I can't see what was happening but I'm guessing a blank black
>> screen with maybe a cursor in the top left.
>> On Wed, Jan 24, 2018 at 10:53 AM, lejeczek<peljasz(a)yahoo.co.uk> <mailto:email@example.com> wrote:
>>> hi devel
>>> I've just gotten a brand new Supermicro 2027GR-TRT2 believing this system
>>> would be a perfect host for Clear Linux.
>>> Got version clear-20370-installer but saddly (and! unexpectedly) installer
>>> process fails, actually before it even starts properly, so I think.
>>> I've allowed myself to attach a snapshot of the error, this is where
>>> installer will not go further, while system still responds to keys like caps
>>> & num lock.
>>> Would you have maybe a thought or two as to what's the problem?
>>> many thanks, L.
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