ID #1040

Debian 64

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Known issues:

  • boot fails if an ext4 partition exists on the booted host


Procedure:


Boot the MOA-USB-disk on a 64bit host - real metal or virtual machine - and select boot-option "MOA 64 core toram"

After full boot you must first set a temporary password for the root-account.

user@debian: $ sudo passwd
Enter new Unix password: toor
Retype new Unix password: toor

Become root

user@debian: $ su
Password: toor


Find out the correct devicename for the USB-disk - in this case it was detected as /dev/sdb.
To do this you can use cfdisk.
debian:/home/user# cfdisk /dev/sdb

When you are sure you got the right disk format the second partition to ext3 and label it as "live-rw"
debian:/home/user# mkfs.ext3 -L live-rw /dev/sdb2



Mount the FAT-partition

debian:/home/user# mkdir /mnt/boot
debian:/home/user# mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /mnt/boot

Mount the EXT3-partition

debian:/home/user# mkdir /mnt/live-rw
debian:/home/user# mount -t ext3 /dev/sdb2 /mnt/live-rw


Copy the tarball to the EXT3 partition

debian:/home/user# cp /mnt/boot/moa3-live-rw.tar.gz /mnt/live-rw/
debian:/home/user# cd /mnt/live-rw

Extract the tarball

debian:/home/user# tar zxf moa3-live-rw.tar.gz



On next boot the option "MOA 64" should work.
It automatically logs in as user "user" - to change to root use su - password "sanbarrow"
Now you can run "startx"






install Workstation 6.5.4 for Linux

boot into the boot-option MOA 64 - download latest Workstation bundle for version 6.5.4 Linux 64.
Install it as root - password to change to root is "sanbarrow"


install Converter 4.0.1 for Linux
boot into the boot-option MOA 64 - download latestLinux-tarball for version 4.0.1 Linux 64.
Install it as root - password to change to root is "sanbarrow"

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