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Clonezilla on hard drive (live-hd) won't boot

Jack
2014-06-19
2014-07-09
  • Jack
    Jack
    2014-06-19

    Hello,

    I try to install clonezilla Live on hard drive (clonezilla-live-2.2.3-10-i686-pae).
    I've installed grub2 from SystemRescueCD.
    When I choose the first item to boot, I have the messages:

    Loading, please wait...
    calling: test-builtin
    === trie on-disk ===
    tool version: 204
    ..etc
    load module index
    unload module index
    several times....

    and finaly the boot fails and arrives to BusyBox

    Could someone help me?

    Thank you very much

    Jack

     
    Last edit: Jack 2014-06-19
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  • Steven Shiau
    Steven Shiau
    2014-06-22

    Looks like the Linux kernel in clonezilla-live-2.2.3-10-i686-pae does not support your hardware.
    Did you try Clonezilla live 20140617-utopic?
    http://clonezilla.org/downloads.php
    It comes with newer Linux kernel, i.e. 3.15, so it might help.

    Steven.

     
    • Jack
      Jack
      2014-06-28

      I need your help Steven,

      My custom script is not found because the "/live/media" directory is not created, although I have put "toram" in my grub.cfg.

      Thank you in advance Steven.

       
  • Jack
    Jack
    2014-06-24

    I have another problem now:

    My custom script is not found.

    I copied my custom script in "/live-hd/" directory,
    "No such file or directory" is printed on the screen before returning to clonezilla interface.

    Thank you

     
    Last edit: Jack 2014-06-25
    • Jack
      Jack
      2014-06-25

      .... when I return to bash prompt the "/live/image/" directory doesn't exists.

       
  • Steven Shiau
    Steven Shiau
    2014-06-30

    So what's your grub config file?
    Please show it.
    Thanks.

    Steven.

     
    • Jack
      Jack
      2014-07-03

      I solved the problem by including my scripts in the "filesystem.squashfs" file.

      My grub.cfg:

      menuentry "Restaurer Seven"{
      set root=(hd0,3)
      linux /live-hd/vmlinuz boot=live username=user hostname=utopic config quiet union=overlayfs noswap edd=on nomodeset noeject locales=fr_FR.UTF-8 keyboard-layouts=fr ocs_live_run="/scripts/restore_seven_sda1" ocs_live_extra_param="" ocs_live_batch=no video=uvesafb:mode_option=1024x768-32 toram ip=frommedia bootfrom=/dev/sda3 live-media-path=/live-hd splash i915.blacklist=yes radeonhd.blacklist=yes nouveau.blacklist=yes vmwgfx.enable_fbdev=no
      initrd /live-hd/initrd.img
      }

      Thank you Steven

       
  • Steven Shiau
    Steven Shiau
    2014-07-09

    OK, sure.
    Thanks for sharing that.

    Steven.