KDL "did not find any boot partitions" on USB3 system.
|Reported by:||yochanon||Owned by:||nobody|
I just downloaded and installed with dd on my linux system, haiku-r1beta1-x86_64-anyboot.zip to 2 different flashdrives.
When I reboot my system Haiku starts by putting the little icons on the screen that show what is initializing (I guess is what's happening).
Unfortunately before anything shows or highlights that it initialized, a white section of the top of the screen shows up with black lettering announcing some kind of kernel panic.
It did the same exact thing on the other flashdrive, and I've had other linux distros on both the drives so I know they're both good.
I'll attach a inxi text to show what my system is comprised of and maybe that will help someone there. I really can't wait to try out Haiku so I figure the more systems it's tried on, the more help it offers you guys...or at least I hope I'm correct.
If you need more information, I can also take a picture of the screen if that would be of any help too.
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comment:6 by , 8 months ago
|Summary:||Kernel panic on my system... → KDL "did not find any boot partitions" on USB3 system.|