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I spoke to SuSe Studio I really hope they do any ofmy suggestions, I have been requesting some improvemnts in the boot options since alot of time it is unfortunate that none of these came trough. I will wait for their reply. If not I'm  thinking of the following option, but I will need more time for this - I will manually edit the preload ISO and I will set this boot option (nomodeset) for you so you can install normally.

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Try this should work, finally. The link was for the comment actually which got me to the idea of doing it the same way nothing more.

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You don't need another computer to use the dd tool. Do the transfer the way you did to the USB.

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I switched back to Graphical. Try now.

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Ok, great so it boots and you are able to see it.  Strange you get those - I don't get those errors, but try as root after that you go into graphical mode with startx.
>  Failed to write pack file. - Hmmmmmmm, doesn't sound right ...
Well if you want to install trough USB I think it would be best to use the LiveDVD you now know what option is needed to boot and it directly boots graphical. I can also build the Secure OS as a LiveDVD if you like?

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LiveVM? OK, I think I understood you. In your previous post you said that you already use the virtual machine, you downloaded the ready one from opensuse - and yes you are not supposed to install anything smile. Just use it, suspend it and then run it again whenever you want - it is like a PC but a virtual one smile. You can install packages and uninstall as you wish there is Software management in Yast.

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Yes it stays there and you can have the benefits of GrSecurity inside the virtual machine. No no info is needed, because it is virtual. Enjoy. I will close this topic and make FAQ out of it. Feel free to open another topic.

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Well I guess it did work huh smile? Good to know. I will dig lets see if I find something it has been alot of time since then. What  I can do for you is to replace the default kernel provided with my own that will support your system for that we will need to experiment a bit with you smile. I'm sure at some point I will be able to make a configuration that will work.

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The hashes should mach although I have never tried in theory they should. However you said it boots so it seems fine to me. Do you have a PS2 on the Motherboard? If you have and if you have a PS2 keyboard or borrow one - try waking up with it. I have seen some cases where the system doesn't respond to USB keyboard.

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>Did you know that when you are logged in to this site I can not access it? It makes an >infinite loop and the page loading times out.

Just tested, nothing happens at least on my side.

Nooo, 12 hours is really long period not more than 10-15 minutes. Something seems wrong here I think the part with the awakening, but I'm not sure what can cause this. Lets try this - turn off the monitor while it boots - 10-15 min. Turn the monitor on. Hit the Up arrow key it should wake on the moment not more than 20 sec. Hmmm I know this seems stupid but just a thought is your keyboard ps2 or USB?

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Well seems OK to me. I tested again it really took a coffee to boot, but after that the performance is great you can use the OS right of the USB - I really was amazed that it can work so fast off the USB. So what happened on my side it boots - you see the logo of NetSecL, but takes time, the monitor sleeps in energy saving mode - you hit any key and it wakes, you will see the login prompt. When you boot do you hit F12 to choose to boot from USB? After that do you see the logo of NetSecL? I really don't see why it doesn't work on you side - seems that the md5sum is ok and transfer to usb to, so it should work.

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Ok, let start from the begining. So did the downloaded file from SuSe Studio match the md5sum f11f16ee56e0e01e25f57443b70874ac ? If it didn't the the download is corrupt and from there you will get further mistakes.  I noticed that sometimes susestudio interupts the download for some reason and I even had to download with a download manager. My USB loads although pretty slow, but it does load. If you can try using the graphical tool (with sudo or root) let it do all the work.

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Ok so you say no room on the USB. It really is strange that SuSe studio calculate the compressed size aspecially for the USB, well I guess you will need a larger USB after all - but you know don't buy it only of it is for the instalation, buy it for yourself - something you will need in future.

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What's the error?

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ok. Well I'm not sure this would really help but let's try that boot NetSecL Live wait a bit to be sure it loaded and then hit alt + f1 this should open a terminal from there (if it even opens a terminal) you will try to call yast and search for install. I'm not sure if that will work but it is worth a try. It is really strange that in the preload iso you are not able to see the installation ... - text mode should not require anything special as video resolution or even drivers. And maybe even blind folded you will be able to install it the only selection you make there is the partition and then hit the install so basically the selection of the partition is the tricky part, but you can recreate the situation in a Virtual Machine and see what you need to hit as buttons.