johannes wrote:Hi Florian, sorry that you are having troubles. And with the original Excito stick, it's the same? (You should not re-format or re-partition that one, just in case this is your issue).
No,I did not do touch that one except reading it (in order to see how it is configured), but even that was after I tried to restore the bubba with it. I experimented with a bunch of sticks of my own until the bubba "reacted" to one I prepared as described.
I try again now with the orignal stick to make sure now I know a little more, but from what I have seen it was the same.
Btw, when I tried to access it via SSH, it was a timeout, and no ping package was returned.
johannes wrote:The only problem I can think of is disk problems, which is known to halt the installer. Also, if you edited the installer config file errouneously this might halt the installer. Could any of those be a potential candidate?
I did just unzip the installer as it is, I did not touch anything. Download, unzip /Users/florian/Downloads/b2-install-2.4.1.zip -D "/Volumes/USB DISK", that is it. I just wanted a default 2.4.1 configuration and I have no data on there to preserve. Disk problem - hard to say since it is a SSD and so I can not hear anything (that was the whole point in having the SSD
). Maybe I remove it, put it in an USB case and check?
johannes wrote:If nothing else you are always welcome to send it to us. We will re-install it for you (free of course, however you pay the inbound freight), and we have means to monitor the install process and spot what's happening.
That is very kind of you. I will try a little more, but I guess I will ask you to do that. I just hope Swiss customs will not give me a headache...