On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 03:41:10AM -0800, Daniil .Travnikov wrote:
> пятница, 23 февраля 2018 г., 14:07:38 UTC+3 пользователь awokd написал:
> > On Fri, February 23, 2018 10:46 am, Daniil .Travnikov wrote:
> First of all, thank you very much for your time I am very appreciate that you
> trying to help me.
> > If you are using legacy boot for the installer, go to the Troubleshooting
> > menu. You might want to first try "Install Qubes R4.0-rc4 in basic
> > graphics mode" if you haven't already.
> > You can also press TAB on it to edit the startup options directly.
> Yes, I tried this basic graphics mode, but nothing new changes. What options
> I have on this Tab command line?
> Screenshot: https://prnt.sc/iiounx
> > EFI is a bit different, not sure you get a Troubleshooting menu there. If
> > not, see
> > https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/uefi-troubleshooting/#change-installer-kernel-parameters-in-uefi
> > for how to edit the configuration directly on the installer.
> Like I understand, all this process must be on the system. But I am stuck on
> this process, when I must to mount my usb disk.
> Usually when I attach my usb I see him on desktop or in some system folder.
> In this guide I see that I must "mount the EFI partition", could you please
> tell me how can I do that in Qubes 3.2?
> P.S. When I put 'qvm-block' in terminal I see my usb disk of course, but what
Use qvm-block -a to attach the usb disk to a qube.
Open a terminal in that qube.
The disk should have appeared as /dev/xvdi, with partitions as xvdi1
xvdi2 etc. If your EFI partition is the first on the disk:
Just use 'sudo mount /dev/xvdi1 /mnt' to mount the EFI partition.
Then you can edit the files under /mnt
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