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#1 2021-06-11 14:26:01

Castro
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problem after installation

hi every one sorry for my terrible english i am new to the linux world
so i desided to install bunsenlabs on my old desktop
after i finish the installation and boot to the system its says welcome to bunsenlabs live
but i removed the installation media (usb) and i'm shure that i did all the inststructions correctly and also the bl-welcome script didn't start at the boot any one knows the how to fix that

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#2 2021-06-21 05:47:18

caluser
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Re: problem after installation

Hi.
When you are at the user select default at the top left desk top choice menu.

I had the same issue. Selecting default sorted it out.

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#3 2021-06-21 06:15:51

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Re: problem after installation

@Castro and @caluser do you both get the "live" message after logging in to the "BunsenLabs" option on the top right menu? (@caluser I'm assuming "top left" is a typo?)

Anyway this is a very strange error indeed.
I wonder if you'd both mind posting the terminal output of

cat /etc/bunsen/bunsen_install

It might help track it down.
Thanks!


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#4 2021-06-21 07:52:54

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Re: problem after installation

Yes it was a typo johnraff.

I did. Every time I logged in BunsenLabs the "live" massage always popped up. I'll post out put of that command when I'm back on the xpc. Selecting "Default" stopped that from happening.

Last edited by caluser (2021-06-21 07:53:56)

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#5 2021-06-22 22:53:48

caluser
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Re: problem after installation

Now that was weird. For some reason the hdd wouldn't boot so I did a fresh installation and everything is fine now. No "Live" pop up dialog at all.

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#6 2021-06-23 02:19:50

johnraff
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Re: problem after installation

^Relief! smile

But it's strange that both you @caluser and the Original Poster @Castro had the same error.
It looked as if the install had stopped - in both your cases - before it was finished. The "live welcome" message is popped up by the special package bunsen-configs-live which is only present in the live session and should be removed at the end of the install process.

If anyone else gets the same issue please post a new topic in Bug Reports and we'll try and see if there's any problem with our installer.


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#7 2021-06-23 19:30:22

Castro
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Re: problem after installation

i think that this happen because i turn off my desktop before the installation process finished(at removing live package )  any way i removed the live welcome window from autostart and now everything looks great

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#8 2021-06-23 19:36:09

Castro
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Re: problem after installation

castro@debian:~$ cat /etc/bunsen/bunsen_install
Install method: iso
Version: lithium-2.1-amd64
Disk info: Debian GNU/Linux 10 _Lithium_ - Snapshot amd64 LIVE/INSTALL Binary 20210130-13:51
Install date: 2021-06-11T13:22:45

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#9 2021-06-24 08:28:55

johnraff
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Re: problem after installation

Castro wrote:

i think that this happen because i turn off my desktop before the installation process finished(at removing live package )  any way i removed the live welcome window from autostart and now everything looks great

Thanks for the feedback. Yes, stopping the installation before it's finished will produce strange results, and in your case there are some packages only for the live session that should have been removed.

It would be best to remove them now in fact:

sudo apt purge  bunsen-configs-live live-tools live-boot live-boot-initramfs-tools live-config live-config-runit live-config-systemd live-config-sysvinit live-config-upstart debian-installer-launcher casper calamares-settings-debian

Not all those packages will be on your system but issuing the order to remove will do no harm.


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