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ally


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PostPosted: Mon 09 Dec 2019, 16:34    Post subject:  

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=90759

mine needed two reboots to work

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PostPosted: Mon 09 Dec 2019, 17:14    Post subject:  

ally,
thanks!!!

how i can increase volume after
i did all from link?

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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2019, 01:51    Post subject:  

perdido wrote:
mistfire wrote:
@perdido

Could you please test this f2fs-usb-installer script. To see if the revised script works.

Testing results, different error now.
Renamed script, made executable with owner root
installed to /usr/bin/
Ran multiple times
It gave me an error about flash drive not being bootable after creating partitions and making the ext2 32MB first partition bootable when closing GParted and returning to f2fs-USB installer

I verified GParted is running correctly by starting from terminal and manually creating both the ext2 and f2fs partitions and making the ext2 bootable with boot flag. No missing deps. I also verified the partitions and boot flag on another puppy linux, all formatting and boot flag are ok.

Attached the error window after manually exiting GParted when using f2fs-USB.
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Edit: Ran it all from complete fresh install again with same result.



@perdido
Could you please test this script. I made some fixes on it. I hope it works completely
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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2019, 02:41    Post subject:  

mistfire wrote:

@perdido
Could you please test this script. I made some fixes on it. I hope it works completely



Hi mistfire,
I ran the script from the install program.
Then I ran the script by mouse click
The results are the same both ways.

When I exit GParted the "gettext" window appears.
Click "OK" closes window and stops script.
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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2019, 07:01    Post subject:  

@perdido

What is the partition setup of your usb flash drive?

Just put this revised script on /usr/bin then execute it. If your flash drive has ext2 partition on first partition and f2fs on second partition and also the first partition has a boot flag. Just skip gparted.
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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2019, 14:22    Post subject:  

mistfire wrote:
@perdido

What is the partition setup of your usb flash drive?

Just put this revised script on /usr/bin then execute it. If your flash drive has ext2 partition on first partition and f2fs on second partition and also the first partition has a boot flag. Just skip gparted.


TazPuppy Beta 41 has been tested installed on a kingston 8GB USB2 flash stick with an ext3 partition. The ext3 partition takes up the whole drive, grub4dos bootloader
Logging in as root/root every time so far I will try tux login (no password) for next attempts listed below.

So far when running f2fs-USB installer I am trying to install to another kingston 8GB USB flash drive.

The computer has a hard drive but not using for TazPuppy.
=====
Most recent script gave a "failed to make bootable" error when closing Gparted. Note that this is now a new-different error window than the other boot message error.
Tried both as root & tux login.
The flash drive already had the ext2 32MB partition with boot flag set and the f2fs partition occupying the rest of the flash drive.

I am going to do a complete fresh install of TazPuppy from CD and let TazPuppy create everything now for the USB drive it boots from.
---------------
This install is on a Compaq CQ-60 using a different USB port
Long story short - exact same results but I included the method used to construct the TazPuppy boot drive
and operations needed to try script. I started completely fresh on everything.

Complete fresh install from TazPuppy Beta 41 CD, iso image has good md5 sum (just re-verify)
I chose ext2 filesystem and mbr.bin as boot loader code from the install program.
Compaq CQ-60 laptop with 4GB of RAM and 3 working USB-2 ports (total of 3 USB2 ports on machine)
One for mouse, one for boot stick, one for install-to
All 3 USB-2 ports are capable of booting.
I will try this install on a different USB-2 port on the compaq CQ-60 (I have not tried changing USB-2 ports for boot and install for the f2fs-USB-install up to now)

Booted TazPuppy Beta41 from USB-2 kingston stick, brand new install from CD
logged in as tux no password
made a save folder on shutdown
Booted again, logged in as tux no password
Opened package manager & logged in as root/root (default)
Recharge list
Installed f2fs-tools
Shutdown/save
Copy latest f2fs-usb-install script to save folder /usr/bin (executable/root)
Reboot - sign in as tux no password
Plugged in kingston USB stick to install to, already partitioned
Run install script (verified correct script by time-date of file) from /usr/bin/ - USB drive to install to already partitioned with 32MB ext2 boot flag set
GParted starts, I just quit GParted as you suggested.
Window opens "Failed to make bootable"
Note that this is now a different error window we have not seen before.

Also tried using root/root system login with same results.
----------------------------------------
Next attempt will be on a Dell Inspiron laptop with e6400 main board and 4GB of RAM
Later today will report back on the Dell attempt.
-------------------
Dell gives same error as both root and tux system login
I forgot to mention that tux user requires login to use f2fs-usb-install every time but same results.

I will stick with you on this and keep testing.

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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2019, 20:18    Post subject:  

perdido wrote:
mistfire wrote:
@perdido

What is the partition setup of your usb flash drive?

Just put this revised script on /usr/bin then execute it. If your flash drive has ext2 partition on first partition and f2fs on second partition and also the first partition has a boot flag. Just skip gparted.


TazPuppy Beta 41 has been tested installed on a kingston 8GB USB2 flash stick with an ext3 partition. The ext3 partition takes up the whole drive, grub4dos bootloader
Logging in as root/root every time so far I will try tux login (no password) for next attempts listed below.

So far when running f2fs-USB installer I am trying to install to another kingston 8GB USB flash drive.

The computer has a hard drive but not using for TazPuppy.
=====
Most recent script gave a "failed to make bootable" error when closing Gparted. Note that this is now a new-different error window than the other boot message error.
Tried both as root & tux login.
The flash drive already had the ext2 32MB partition with boot flag set and the f2fs partition occupying the rest of the flash drive.

I am going to do a complete fresh install of TazPuppy from CD and let TazPuppy create everything now for the USB drive it boots from.
---------------
This install is on a Compaq CQ-60 using a different USB port
Long story short - exact same results but I included the method used to construct the TazPuppy boot drive
and operations needed to try script. I started completely fresh on everything.

Complete fresh install from TazPuppy Beta 41 CD, iso image has good md5 sum (just re-verify)
I chose ext2 filesystem and mbr.bin as boot loader code from the install program.
Compaq CQ-60 laptop with 4GB of RAM and 3 working USB-2 ports (total of 3 USB2 ports on machine)
One for mouse, one for boot stick, one for install-to
All 3 USB-2 ports are capable of booting.
I will try this install on a different USB-2 port on the compaq CQ-60 (I have not tried changing USB-2 ports for boot and install for the f2fs-USB-install up to now)

Booted TazPuppy Beta41 from USB-2 kingston stick, brand new install from CD
logged in as tux no password
made a save folder on shutdown
Booted again, logged in as tux no password
Opened package manager & logged in as root/root (default)
Recharge list
Installed f2fs-tools
Shutdown/save
Copy latest f2fs-usb-install script to save folder /usr/bin (executable/root)
Reboot - sign in as tux no password
Plugged in kingston USB stick to install to, already partitioned
Run install script (verified correct script by time-date of file) from /usr/bin/ - USB drive to install to already partitioned with 32MB ext2 boot flag set
GParted starts, I just quit GParted as you suggested.
Window opens "Failed to make bootable"
Note that this is now a different error window we have not seen before.

Also tried using root/root system login with same results.
----------------------------------------
Next attempt will be on a Dell Inspiron laptop with e6400 main board and 4GB of RAM
Later today will report back on the Dell attempt.
-------------------
Dell gives same error as both root and tux system login
I forgot to mention that tux user requires login to use f2fs-usb-install every time but same results.

I will stick with you on this and keep testing.

.


@perdido did you add a boot flag on the first partition of your flash drive? This can be done by right clicking the first partition, then select MANAGE FLAGS, and then put a check mark on BOOT. After that click OK
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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2019, 21:00    Post subject:  

mistfire wrote:
perdido wrote:
mistfire wrote:
@perdido

What is the partition setup of your usb flash drive?

Just put this revised script on /usr/bin then execute it. If your flash drive has ext2 partition on first partition and f2fs on second partition and also the first partition has a boot flag. Just skip gparted.


TazPuppy Beta 41 has been tested installed on a kingston 8GB USB2 flash stick with an ext3 partition. The ext3 partition takes up the whole drive, grub4dos bootloader
Logging in as root/root every time so far I will try tux login (no password) for next attempts listed below.

So far when running f2fs-USB installer I am trying to install to another kingston 8GB USB flash drive.

The computer has a hard drive but not using for TazPuppy.
=====
Most recent script gave a "failed to make bootable" error when closing Gparted. Note that this is now a new-different error window than the other boot message error.
Tried both as root & tux login.
The flash drive already had the ext2 32MB partition with boot flag set and the f2fs partition occupying the rest of the flash drive.

I am going to do a complete fresh install of TazPuppy from CD and let TazPuppy create everything now for the USB drive it boots from.
---------------
This install is on a Compaq CQ-60 using a different USB port
Long story short - exact same results but I included the method used to construct the TazPuppy boot drive
and operations needed to try script. I started completely fresh on everything.

Complete fresh install from TazPuppy Beta 41 CD, iso image has good md5 sum (just re-verify)
I chose ext2 filesystem and mbr.bin as boot loader code from the install program.
Compaq CQ-60 laptop with 4GB of RAM and 3 working USB-2 ports (total of 3 USB2 ports on machine)
One for mouse, one for boot stick, one for install-to
All 3 USB-2 ports are capable of booting.
I will try this install on a different USB-2 port on the compaq CQ-60 (I have not tried changing USB-2 ports for boot and install for the f2fs-USB-install up to now)

Booted TazPuppy Beta41 from USB-2 kingston stick, brand new install from CD
logged in as tux no password
made a save folder on shutdown
Booted again, logged in as tux no password
Opened package manager & logged in as root/root (default)
Recharge list
Installed f2fs-tools
Shutdown/save
Copy latest f2fs-usb-install script to save folder /usr/bin (executable/root)
Reboot - sign in as tux no password
Plugged in kingston USB stick to install to, already partitioned
Run install script (verified correct script by time-date of file) from /usr/bin/ - USB drive to install to already partitioned with 32MB ext2 boot flag set
GParted starts, I just quit GParted as you suggested.
Window opens "Failed to make bootable"
Note that this is now a different error window we have not seen before.

Also tried using root/root system login with same results.
----------------------------------------
Next attempt will be on a Dell Inspiron laptop with e6400 main board and 4GB of RAM
Later today will report back on the Dell attempt.
-------------------
Dell gives same error as both root and tux system login
I forgot to mention that tux user requires login to use f2fs-usb-install every time but same results.

I will stick with you on this and keep testing.

.


@perdido did you add a boot flag on the first partition of your flash drive? This can be done by right clicking the first partition, then select MANAGE FLAGS, and then put a check mark on BOOT. After that click OK


The 32MB ext2 partition on the flash drive I attempt to install to has boot flag set. Verified it again just now.

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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2019, 23:15    Post subject:  

@perdido so does the unbootable error message still shown?
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PostPosted: Wed 11 Dec 2019, 23:41    Post subject:  

mistfire wrote:
@perdido so does the unbootable error message still shown?


Failed to make bootable. Same window error message.
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PostPosted: Thu 12 Dec 2019, 08:17    Post subject:  

@perdido could you use plug your test usb flash drive on TazPuppy. Then type this command on terminal and show the output here on this forum

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PostPosted: Thu 12 Dec 2019, 13:32    Post subject:  

mistfire wrote:
@perdido could you use plug your test usb flash drive on TazPuppy. Then type this command on terminal and show the output here on this forum

Code:
fdisk -l


This is the output of fdisk -l for the usb drive I am trying to install to
This output was generated in puppy precise
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Disk /dev/sdb: 7756 MB, 7756087296 bytes
239 heads, 62 sectors/track, 1022 cylinders, total 15148608 sectors
Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Disk identifier: 0x0006dc59

   Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System
/dev/sdb1   *        2048       67583       32768   83  Linux
/dev/sdb2           67584    15147007     7539712   83  Linux


This is the output of the fdisk -l for the usb drive I am trying to install to
This output was generated by TazPuppy
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Device  Boot StartCHS    EndCHS        StartLBA     EndLBA    Sectors  Size Id Type
/dev/sdd1 *  0,32,33     4,52,48           2048      67583      65536 32.0M 83 Linux
Partition 1 has different physical/logical start (non-Linux?):
     phys=(0,32,33) logical=(0,33,3)
Partition 1 has different physical/logical end:
     phys=(4,52,48) logical=(4,134,4)
/dev/sdd2    4,52,49     942,218,44       67584   15147007   15079424 7363M 83 Linux
Partition 2 has different physical/logical start (non-Linux?):
     phys=(4,52,49) logical=(4,134,5)
Partition 2 has different physical/logical end:
     phys=(942,218,44) logical=(1022,48,36)


Both outputs for the same USB stick with the following partitions
32MB ext2 partition with the boot flag set &
Remainder of usb stick has f2fs partition
They do not look the same Shocked
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***** Please note that I tried this on two different usb sticks that were partitioned in 3 different linux versions including TazPuppy, Bionic and Precise. The results are exactly as shown in all the testing.
It does not matter which linux the partitions are created with, TazPuppy always gives the same result.
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Attached is the whole output from the computer running TazPuppy
It includes a hard drive, the TazPuppy usb boot stick and the usb stick I am using to install to using the f2fs-usb-install
The attachment is a txt file, please rename before viewing.
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PostPosted: Thu 12 Dec 2019, 16:23    Post subject:  

Hi mistfire,

I booted from TazPuppy Beta 41 CD
Ran the command fdisk -l on the same usb stick that I have been testing.

****** This is without the f2fs-tools package installed.

Maybe this additional information will be useful?

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Device  Boot StartCHS    EndCHS        StartLBA     EndLBA    Sectors  Size Id Type
/dev/sdc1    0,32,33     4,52,48           2048      67583      65536 32.0M 83 Linux
Partition 1 has different physical/logical start (non-Linux?):
     phys=(0,32,33) logical=(0,33,3)
Partition 1 has different physical/logical end:
     phys=(4,52,48) logical=(4,134,4)
/dev/sdc2    4,52,49     942,88,42        67584   15138815   15071232 7359M 83 Linux
Partition 2 has different physical/logical start (non-Linux?):
     phys=(4,52,49) logical=(4,134,5)
Partition 2 has different physical/logical end:
     phys=(942,88,42) logical=(1021,155,28)


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PostPosted: Thu 12 Dec 2019, 16:27    Post subject:  

@zagreb999

sorry for the late reply, 'pre-amp' should appear at the bottom of the list

mine did not take immediately, might need some more boots

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PostPosted: Thu 12 Dec 2019, 16:47    Post subject:  

ally,
greetings
thank you
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