Radek wrote:Hi Christian,
Thank for you help, i'll try different partition for linux and AOS as soon as i get around this issue:
GParted 0.25.0 --enable-libparted-dmraid --enable-online-resize
Create Primary Partition #1 (ext4, 3.26 GiB) on /dev/sdb 00:00:00 ( ERROR )
create empty partition 00:00:00 ( ERROR )
libparted messages ( INFO )
Unable to satisfy all constraints on the partition.
Create Primary Partition #2 (ext4, 229.57 GiB) on /dev/sdb
That's the error message i mentioned earlier. I can see there is no much info and probably
will not be enough, so if there is any other, more verbose, way of getting more detailed error log,
let me know.
PS. Ok, i think i know where is the problem with parted and my mmc card, not solution though ; ).
In GParted i selected HD intended as a linux installation, in my case /dev/sdb
but Terminal says that i execute operations on /dev/mmcblk0: - my mmc card!!!
Why this is happening and how to change that?
PS.2 I.ve tried to take a screenshot with Accessories/Take Screenshot app, but it says:
Error loading UI definition file... bla bla bla. I bet i need to install linux first before i can use it?
I think /dev/sdb2 is your mmc card because you have only two SATA connectors. The first one is for the HD and the second one is for the DVD drive. That means you have to create partitions on /dev/sda.
/dev/sda1 Linux boot partition with kernels, initrds, and dtb files with fat32 formated.
/dev/sda3 Linux root partition