I got home from Asheville around the first of February, and almost
immediately came down with a staff infection...go figure...I'm feeling
much better now ;-)
I used the latest installation image to try an install on my test
machine, where I can provide blank media for installation and not
destroy something already installed. The installation failed. I have
attached a "screenshot" taken with my phone and the Genius Scan app. The
motherboard is an ASUS C60-M1-I
So far I'm batting 1000 ;-)
On 01/23/2016 07:51 PM, Nesius, Robert A wrote:
That’s a serious bummer, to say the least. :( Which of our images did you place on the
usb drive? We have several types, and the one with the world “installer” in it should
have given you a user interface. The provisioning image has no UI and is destructive.
We have explanations (and warnings) about these images on our Getting Started page:
With that said, the actual installer in our installer image is functional but rough
around the edges with respect to conformance to typical UI behaviors (focus-changes with
tab, shit-tab, etc..). We have a new version of the installer almost ready to release
that is far more polished and elegant.
Suggestion: Make sure you are using the installer image, don’t choose “autoinstall”. Try
booting the installer image in a VM to make sure you’ve got the right image and it’s
behaving as expected.
on behalf of Dwarf Snowcrash
Date: Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 3:20 PM
Subject: [Dev] Install image fails
I'm not sure this is the place to post but I don't have any other options.
I followed the instructions for the install pen drive creation and got it to run but was
given no choice for a drive to install on. It chose the hard drive without telling me,
wiped the drive and failed to install anything leaving me with a boat anchor. I had to
install Windows 10, as there was no recovery partition left from the original 8.1
The live image fails to boot.
So far I can't say I'm very impressed.
Any suggestions appreciated.
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