Quoting Neil Rickert <nrickert(a)ameritech.net>et>:
On Thu, 11 Jul 2013 10:30:45 -0400
Dale Ritchey <mergan14846(a)gmail.com> wrote:
my /mnt/boot has no kernel no initrd no nothing
at the end of the
I am downloading build 0575 now
An additional follow up to this:
I tried installing in a non-UEFI box, from the same USB (with
The same thing happened. There were no kernels in "/boot".
Just a small 'chime-in' here from my side: tested the same yesterday
with GNOME live usb (build 575) and the results are very equal.
An additional problem arose. The install screen
complained that the
boot settings were incompatible with the system. On checking, it
turned out that the installer had defaulted to using grub2-efi (on this
non-efi system). That was easy enough to fix, but this needs to be
correct by the time that 13.1 is released.
Seen that one as well; it's inverted to what we had in 12.3, where
UEFI boxes tried to install the non-efi grub2.
I'm not posting a bug report yet. I'll wait till 13.1 Milestone 3 is
announced. And if that uses a different build, then I will retest
before reporting as a bug.
I'd say it already warrants for a bug report: if the 'daily' builds
don't have it, you can be very sure that a Milestone, which is 'just a
propagation' of one of the builds to be 'the milestone' won't be
I do now have both systems (UEFI and non-UEFI) booting normally and
running. But it took some rescuing effort to get them going.
As I needed Factory, I went to install 12.3 and dup to Factory to
avoid the installer issues.. but clearly not where we must be heading.
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