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Rsynced the latest current this morning and created a full install using usbimg2disk.sh. The installation drops out about 5 seconds after selecting packages with the message that installation is complete but nothing has been done. The slakckware tree seems to be present on the USB drive ( ~ 2.2G ) and I've tried a full install and using tagfiles.
Where are your sources? I've found the 5 second install occurs when the installer *finds* the source tree but for some reason doesn't dig deeper, more often-than-not when installing from another partition, but sometimes also with an nfs mount, and perhaps even ftp (not too sure tho').
So, perhaps, try an install from a different mirror....
Distribution: Slint64-14.2 on Lenovo Thinkpad W520
Originally Posted by zerouno
"dialog --checklist" on the script setup.services is present not only on the installer but even on the package pkgtools-14.0-noarch-2
Yeah, but that is solved now AFAIK, adding option ' --output-separator "#"' to the main dialog of SeTPKG and setpkg. Not all" dialog --checklist" needed a fix. Or do I miss something?
PS To be accurate setup.services is not present in the installer. It is called from the installer after packages' installation and can be called as well in an installed system (usually by pkgtool, also shipped in pkgtools package).
Last edited by Didier Spaier; 08-19-2013 at 01:00 PM.