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if you read lfs documentation more carefully, then you discover: prerequisities(this is just a one) bash-3.2(NEWER VERSIONS IS NOT TESTED!)


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To follow-up to the answer provided by Kinetic Arc, the easier way to modify the system on subsequent reboots is to add "noreadonly" to the kernel command line. If this isn't something you expect to do very often, then just catching grub and adding it manually is probably sufficient. When developing our read-only systems, we added an entry into grub.conf ...


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adding nomodeset to grub is the way to go


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I had the same problem while installing openSUSE 13.2 on my old 32bit MSI Laptop. After GRUB screen the installer loaded the kernel and started some services until it stucks at 'AppArmor: AppArmor sha1 policy hashing enabled'. I thought the problem was actually AppArmor and disabled it on boot with bootparameter 'apparmor=0' ...


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A running linux system typically has four categories of entropy sources to draw from. They are environmental (temperature sensors, disks), user (mouse, keyboard), time (the clock), and network. Some computers do not have temperature sensors, or physical drives (solid state drives do not count because they have no moving parts to gather entropy from), the ...



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