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by: Shaneee
#45008
@zorlax, Ensure you ran the sed command.

@justinjohn0306, Kernel isn't required for the instalation, just the prelinkedkernel.

@myrsikus, No error so it succeeded.
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by: myrsikus
#45012
Shaneee wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:45 am
@myrsikus, No error so it succeeded.
I did everything according to your instructions, but I'm stuck on +++++++++++++++. overwritten prelinkedkernel.amd several times, but to no avail.
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by: Shaneee
#45013
Did you copy the prelinkedkernel twice? Once you've copied prelinkedkernel.amd you need to rename it to prelinkedkernel and replace the default one.
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by: myrsikus
#45015
Shaneee wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 11:00 am
Did you copy the prelinkedkernel twice? Once you've copied prelinkedkernel.amd you need to rename it to prelinkedkernel and replace the default one.
I prepared two files:
prelinkedkernel.amd
prelinkedkernel
and copied them along the S / L / Prelinkedkernel path using Transmac. After the initial installation on a clean hard drive, it booted again from USB and registered commands in the terminal. They, as you noted earlier, were executed, but after a reboot and attempts to boot from the hard disk for subsequent installation, they left +++++++++++++
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by: Shaneee
#45016
You're booting the HDD now? Did you complete the commands for the HDD before booting to it? Copy the pk files and the sed command.
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