I finally build an iso (patching archiso to do it) and I can
successfully reboot into it.
The next work is aif. If someone know it a bit (I need to replace some
x86 programs, like sfdisk for partitions, and hwclock for date..) he
could help... I'm thinking to use old installer, modifying only kernel
section, in this release, hoping in 1-2 months to get aif up & running
and release a new live cd.
Excuse me for poor english, I'm writing on a 5-minute coffee-pause.
Dumb question I posted in IRC last night... Looks like ca-certificates is broken when I do the base install. Complains about headers not matching locale.
If that can be fixed, i can successfully install and help you guys out with stuff :-)
Enric Caussa Morales
In the new LiveCD, I've enabled by default en_US.utf8 LANG. When
installing, you need to do a little hack (explained in some post above
Here, as I talked, the major problem where with AIF.
how you (or x86 guys) resolved this problem?
First of all, this is awesome news! I'd be happy to help wipe the x86
specific problems with you.
On 03/02/2012 11:36 AM, JJ DaNiMoTh wrote:
> The next work is aif. If someone know it a bit (I need to replace some
> x86 programs, like sfdisk for partitions, and hwclock for date..) he
> could help... I'm thinking to use old installer, modifying only kernel
> section, in this release, hoping in 1-2 months to get aif up & running
> and release a new live cd.
This program works on all platforms via RTC drivers. If
generic rtc support is enable in the kernel, all is fine.
If I remember correctly, mac-fdisk can support the same
syntax as sfdisk. Yet of course we need to enable AIF to
add a mac partition table, bootstrap etc.
I'm gonna give the image a go tonight.