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14 Apr 2021 19:16 #205930 by Grotius
@ CNC4Life,

Hmm. That's an almost official 3rd generation release. I gave the link to test your pc with an orginal debian iso. After all, not
a very bad idea.. ..

Inside the iso i think they forgot to do "sudo update-grub" at the end of creating the iso image. Just before umounting chroot.

Another methode is adding these inside the iso, for example during a live-build :
sudo apt-get install grub-common grub2-common grub-pc-bin efibootmgr grub-efi-amd64 \
grub-efi-amd64-bin grub-efi-amd64-signed grub-efi-ia32-bin \
libefiboot1 libefivar1 mokutil shim-helpers-amd64-signed \
shim-signed-common shim-unsigned \

Did you had displayport problems with the lcnc iso?

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15 Apr 2021 11:26 #205994 by andypugh
Areyou deperate to run Bullseye, or do you just want to run LinuxCNC?

If you just want LinuxCNC, then can I recommend the LiinuxCNC installer?

www.linuxcnc.org/downloads/

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21 Jun 2021 17:56 - 21 Jun 2021 17:57 #212568 by CNC4Life
I appreciate the feedback and rowing uphill seems like a poor choice. I purchased a generation older PC and it doesn't need any extra drivers and it works out of the box.

Thanks for your time.
Last edit: 21 Jun 2021 17:57 by CNC4Life.

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13 Jul 2021 10:04 #214524 by Grotius
Coc (code of conduct) announcement:

Mr. Macron (president) from France is blackmailing his citizens and
violating human rights. Therefore France is no longer supported and will
have a ip block in the upcoming releases.

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13 Jul 2021 10:22 - 13 Jul 2021 10:32 #214531 by Aciera
@ Grotius
Not sure what this has to do with the topic.
I'd be much more interested to know how you are getting on with that 6 axis motion planner :)
 
Last edit: 13 Jul 2021 10:32 by Aciera. Reason: Rewording

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13 Jul 2021 10:41 #214535 by Grotius
Hi Arciera,

Mr. Macron has crossed the line. I had to take action. My future distro's will not longer work in country's violating human rights.
It's a message involving human rights, and how to defend against criminal states. It's no political statement.
So France, be aware !

I'd be much more interested in knowing how you are getting on with that 6 axis motion planner
Yes. It's on the list to do. Now coding the "joco power" cam program. Will give a update later on this day !



 

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13 Jul 2021 11:07 #214539 by Aciera
I see. With such an ethical standard you might find yourself with a rather short white list though.
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13 Jul 2021 12:30 #214563 by twoflowers
Isn't that what CoC is for?
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15 May 2022 04:21 #243000 by alexian79
I am a newbie too, I was trying to boot live cd from USB and face similar problem. It looks like menu trying to run wrong files name of the kernel, it tries to run version 4 of the kernel, but image contains version 5 of the kernel. Then I edit command line it proceeds but crashes down the road.
And second issue, if I try to run Installation to hard drive. It is starting no problem, but then reaching drive partitioning it does not provide option to partition correct drive. It only lists USB drive in the menu, but if I run devadm info /dev/sda1 it actually sees HDD.
If you have any suggestions let me know. Will try older image, with kernel 4.19 in the meantime
 
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15 May 2022 13:58 #243017 by tommylight
Disable "secure boot" in BIOS.

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