The rpi2strap script is using the kernel from the Raspberry Pi foundation. If you want to change the kernel logo you will need to get the source, change the logo and build the kernel yourself.linux34 wrote:Thanks for Jessie 8.0. But can you delete pi logo or change it.
And give link for download?
I will see Linux boot with debian logo
Then I tried to use the script to install Wheezy on the sd-card. The script was successfull but when I try to boot the raspi 2, I get a kernel panic as fast as I can't recognize, what happened before.RobHenry wrote:
I also tried it form my mint linux laptop but it fails with "E: Unknown suite jessie", ditto from an ubuntu installation.
Are you sure? Sounds odd to fix a problem by adding a switch somewhere else. Also the kernel panic indicates that maybe it didn't install properly. The poor error handling in the script can give the impression that it's been successful when it hasn't.mihau wrote:As for error on Debian, I managed to fix them with adding -p at line 50 after mkdir command.
I was able to install it into card, but got kernel panic.
I know what the -p switch does, and am more than capable of looking up the man page if I didn't.mihau wrote:@RobHenry,
from mkdir man page:-p, --parents
no error if existing, make parent directories as needed
It gives dir not found error because a previous step has failed. cdebootstrap should've created and populated the directory structure but has failed. Creating the empty directory structure avoids a subsequent problem but does not address root cause. kernel panic is happening because the root file system doesn't exist.mihau wrote:@RobHenry, without that switch the script would give dir / file not found errors, hence won't install any data. As kernel and other RPi stuff is from RPi themselves, the kernel panic wouldn't caused by the script.
Plus, I've stated that it might fix errors within the script.
Looks promising! I'm away from home until the end of the week but will try it out and report back once I get a chance.c0d3z3r0 wrote:Hi,
I've got good news for you
I did a complete rewrite of the installer in python with better error handling.
You can get the new version from the git repo.
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