Impossible to install...(a start job is runnin)

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penguin_unix
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Impossible to install...(a start job is runnin)

Post by penguin_unix » Wed Aug 27, 2014 22:50

hi there!

some explanation what happened?:

>>> first image stays forever...then...if I click enter...

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this is what happens >>>
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Sabayon_Linux_14.08_amd64_Minimal.iso
tia!

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Re: Impossible to install...(a start job is runnin)

Post by penguin_unix » Fri Aug 29, 2014 14:07

...no one?

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Re: Impossible to install...(a start job is runnin)

Post by penguin_unix » Sat Aug 30, 2014 21:14

well...thx 4NADA :!:

THERE R MORE THAN 200 HUNDREDS DISTROS OUT THERE !!

bye bitches :P

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Re: Impossible to install...(a start job is runnin)

Post by aralmim » Mon Sep 29, 2014 11:16

Hi I have almost the same problem with sabayon, but only shows at the boot time on mesage:
ACPI requires package 20140424/nsarguments-95
and it doesn’t continue booting. I have dell 7537 with hybrid graphics card, intell and nvidida.

Could somebody help me?

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Re: Impossible to install...(a start job is runnin)

Post by albfneto » Tue Sep 30, 2014 16:50

Seems to be not the same problem.

for penguin, Try with other ISO. May be defective written ISO.

Your Systemd cannot able to finish a job in the boot of kernel.

for aralmin...

Is the ACPI support activated in you BIOS?

in the boot of the ISO, try to deactivate ACPI. in this manner.

boot from the iso,normally, but when the boot screen appears, press F5, edit the boot kernel line, and add this strings:

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noddc acpi=off
them try to boot.
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