This bug has already been reported but without any
detail description of what happens. As SATA hdd are
becomming more common, it is now time, this issue be
addressed more seriously.
Presiously, The problem is: Morphix can not be
installed into SATA harddisk. I have tried with latest
base module "amalthea" and it doesn't work.
Either Kernel or Morphix-installer is responsible for
this incapability. Since, sda1 is detected in the
morphix installer, it looks like kernel is doing its
job and installer is not.
Installer is capable of creating the
partition/filesystem and even copy files to the desired
partition but fails to complete the final stage i.e
wrinting to MBR..
mkdir: cannot create directory `/mnt/target/boot': File
mkdir: cannot create directory `/mnt/target/mnt': File
/usr/sbin/deluser: The user `morph' does not exist.
groupadd: group morph exists
useradd: user morph exists
umount: /tmp/l1: not mounted
2500+0 records in
2500+0 records out
2560000 bytes (2.6 MB) copied, 0.011329 seconds, 226 MB/s
modinfo: could not find module 3w-xxxx.
/usr/bin/morphixinstall: line 4: 3410 Segmentation
fault /usr/bin/sudo /usr/sbin/morphixinstall
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