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November 7, 2009 at 2:52 pm #42021
I have been reading up on getting ZeroShell to install on an HDD or USB Drive, and I am having issues.
The error I am getting is as follows:
C:temp>physdiskwrite -u zeroshell.img.gz
physdiskwrite v0.5.1 by Manuel Kasper
Searching for physical drives…
Information for \.PhysicalDrive0:
Windows: cyl: 7296
Model: Hitachi HTS721060G9SA00
Serial number: MPCCN8Y3HPUR4L
Firmware rev.: MC3OC10H
Information for \.PhysicalDrive1:
Windows: cyl: 124
Which disk do you want to write? (0..1) 1
About to overwrite the contents of disk 1 with new data. Proceed? (y/n) y
Failed to open zeroshell.img.gz – exiting.
Any ideas on what I am doing wrong? The current USB drive I am attempting to install to is a 1 gig drive formated as FAT. Not sure if that is the issue since the physdiskwrite appears to be erroring out even before we get to that point.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks allNovember 7, 2009 at 5:06 pm #49046
Talk about a case of the “Mondays” and it’s only Saturday. I see the error of my ways, the disk was formatted for FAT. We formatted our disk to RAW, and now it copied like a champ.
Upon boot from the HDD (Western Digital 230GB HDD) we are getting the following error.
kernel panic not syncing vfs unable to mount root fs on unknown-block 1,2
By doing a quick search, not really finding anything that is pointing me in the right direction. Thoughts?November 7, 2009 at 11:50 pm #49047
Ok….So after even more tests, looks like ZC is not compatible with our SATA controller, or our HD is too large? I installed the system on a 1GB flash drive, and all is well.
So, hmm. Any issues with running this system off a flash drive? it doesn’t slow down performance does it? I am guessing not. The only time the system uses or loads from the USB drive is when we reboot the system, correct?November 8, 2009 at 3:16 pm #49048ppaliasMember
If the flash controller is good you won’t have any issues. The flash is read when you boot and when a log is written, which you could disable to save the disk.November 8, 2009 at 3:18 pm #49049
If the flash controller is good you won’t have any issues. The flash is read when you boot and when a log is written, which you could disable to save the disk.
We do have an HDD in this box as well, is there a way to make all the logs write to the HDD? Ihave not looked into this yet.November 8, 2009 at 3:41 pm #49050ppaliasMember
I am not sure if there is a way through the web gui, but you can always mount the drive and make a symbolic link from /Database/LOG to the HDD.
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