I’m glad you’re feeling better!
To my eyes it appears you’re trying to install Clear Linux on an AMD microprocessor. We
only support the last few generations of Intel CPU families.
On 4/7/16, 1:34 PM, "Dale Scheetz" <reporter(a)TheNetworkPost.com> wrote:
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:
> Hi Dale,
> 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.
> From: Dev
behalf of Dwarf Snowcrash
> Date: Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 3:20 PM
> To: "email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>"
> 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.
> Sent from my Xperia™ tablet