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Installation - Support / Re: UEFI Patience USB
« Last post by sunrat on Today at 05:08:06 »
Disabling Secure Boot is essential. Did you try it again after changing OS Type?
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Installation - Support / Re: UEFI Patience USB
« Last post by MintChip on Today at 05:02:39 »
You will never install most Linux with those settings.
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Under Secure boot:
Secure Boot State: Enabled Disable this!
Platform Key (PK) State: Loaded
OS Type: Windows UEFI mode Change to Other OS or something like it

Under Compatibility Support Module
Launch CSM: Enabled Disable this (may work either way but may not)
Also disable "Fast Boot'.

Thank you Sunrat. I wasn't able to disable the secure boot state because it is greyed out in my BIOS. What I was able to do was change the OS Type to "Other OS" and disable CSM. That seemed to allow me to get to the Grub menu for the UEFI device. Unfortunately, the boot froze part way through. Basically tweaked out on my screen and then froze with either 3 or 4 lines at the top of the screen.
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Installation Support (EN) / Disks not listed
« Last post by cliff6056 on Today at 04:55:02 »
Tried to do an install of the latest Patience on an existing installation and the disk information does not show in /disks.  I have 2 disks, the first having 2 ntfs and 2 ext4 partitions, the other having the root home and media ext4 partitions. 
Up until now I used  /disks/disk1part4 as storage for BackinTime snapshots, being on a different disk in case of failure.  Now they are not visible.  I did this install with the newest version twice with the same result.  Went back and installed the previous version (16.1 I think) and all partitions of disk 1 are again listed. 
The data from BackinTime appears to have been untouched now that I can access it again with 16.1. 

Just wondering if I am missing something with the new installer.  In any case I am up and running till my fingers strike out on their own again  :)

Thanks for any thoughts

Cliff
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nvidia proprietär ...
 
carpenter@ccsbox:~$ apt-cache policy nvidia-driver
nvidia-driver:
  Installiert:           375.39-1
  Installationskandidat: 375.39-1
  Versionstabelle:
 *** 375.39-1 500
        500 http://httpredir.debian.org/debian unstable/non-free amd64 Packages
        100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
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Installation - Support / Re: UEFI Patience USB
« Last post by sunrat on Today at 01:35:28 »
You will never install most Linux with those settings.
Quote
Under Secure boot:
Secure Boot State: Enabled Disable this!
Platform Key (PK) State: Loaded
OS Type: Windows UEFI mode Change to Other OS or something like it

Under Compatibility Support Module
Launch CSM: Enabled Disable this (may work either way but may not)
Also disable "Fast Boot'.
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Welcher Grafiktreiber?
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Was mich interessieren würde, ob dieses Problem auch andere haben? Ansonsten würde ich mal eine Neuinstallation in erwägung ziehen, auch wenn dies bei einem Rolling Release nicht unbedingt sinn macht.
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Installation - Support / Re: UEFI Patience USB
« Last post by MintChip on Yesterday at 22:47:22 »
I listed below my secure boot settings in my BIOS just in case they help fix the issue.

Under Secure boot:
Secure Boot State: Enabled
Platform Key (PK) State: Loaded
OS Type: Windows UEFI mode

Under Compatibility Support Module
Launch CSM: Enabled
Boot Device Control: UEFI and Legacy OPROM
Boot from Network Devices: Legacy OPROM first
Boot from Storage Devices: Legacy OPROM first
Boot from PCI-E/PCI Expansion Devices: Legacy OPROM first
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Installation - Support / Re: UEFI Patience USB
« Last post by MintChip on Yesterday at 22:14:04 »
We are not generaly against the use of GUI apps. But in case where something goes wrong, we recommend those, because they are known to work. In this case, as we have negative experience witrh tools like UnetBootin and we don't know if Rufus works,  dd is a good example, so is apt vs. Synaptics e.g.


dd is quite simple:
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dd if=/path_to_your_image of=/dev/sdX syncwhere X is your usb-stick.

Thank you Devil. I was having the same issue with the recommended GUI apps as well (disk imager and etcher). I get a redbox at boot saying I have a secure boot violation when I select the usb device with UEFI in the name from the boot section of my BIOS. If I select the one without UEFI, I make it to the grub screen but when I go further the boot process freezes part way through. I will check where it freezes next time and put the information up here just in case that is my problem. With patience do we still use the syslinux command? I get an invalid target output when I use it so I am thinking not, but I wanted to check. Lastly, I tried the DD command and I hit the same issues as the GUI apps. A quick note, I am guessing you meant not to put 'sync' at the end of the DD command because I get an error that says "unrecognized operand 'sync'" output when that is added. It is strange because other distributions work using the GUI apps and they boot.

Edit - When I try to boot from the usb device without the UEFI in the name, I select From stock/HDD from the grub menu and the boot process freezes with 4 lines at the top of the screen. They are: Created slice User and Session Slice; Listening on udev Control Socket; Listing on Journal Socket, and Started Dispatch Password Requests... They all have a green "Ok".
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Software-Support (DE) / KMail import funktioniert nicht
« Last post by Penyelam on Yesterday at 20:34:13 »
Hallo zusammen,

ich habe letzte Woche meinen Desktop mit patience neu installiert, lief soweit auch alles problemlos und intuitiv.

Der Import von der KMail zip-Datei meldete "... resources added but not in sync ..." dann habe ich den Mailordner bei "select to sync" ausgewählt und die Meldung bekommen dass Sync erfolgreich war.
Leider ist mein Mail Ordner trotzdem leer.

Sowohl beim Restore als auch beim Backup hatte ich  KMail geschlossen.

Hat jemand eine Idee?
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