[Mondo-devel] 3.3.0-0.2017012516125 does not boot from usbkey

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[Mondo-devel] 3.3.0-0.2017012516125 does not boot from usbkey

Hugo Vanwoerkom
Hi Bruno,

mondo 3.3.0-0.2017012516125 does not boot from the usbkey used in
archiving. All you get is a screen with a blinking cursor.

You can use it for restoring from a usbkey. If you use a DVD for
archiving that boots just fine.

Logs are attached.

Hugo

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Re: [Mondo-devel] 3.3.0-0.2017012516125 does not boot from usbkey

Bruno Cornec-4
Hello Hugo,

THanks for your tests.

Hugo Vanwoerkom said on Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 07:08:24PM -0600:
>mondo 3.3.0-0.2017012516125 does not boot from the usbkey used in
>archiving. All you get is a screen with a blinking cursor.

Ok.

>You can use it for restoring from a usbkey. If you use a DVD for
>archiving that boots just fine.

That's good news somehow however. So Debian 9 will work with 3.3.0.

I'd recommend that you update also the other SW packages to the latest version (mindi-busybox should rather be 1.25.1, even if in your case that shouldn't change the result).
To fix the USB issue,  I suspect a lock of syslinux modules on the key.
Could you give me the result of ls -lR /usr/lib/syslinux on your system ?
Could you try to copy the various *.c32 modules you have over there in the syslinux dir on your key and see if that is improving stuff ?

Thanks for your tests,
Bruno.
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