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#1 2015-10-15 14:40:20

gisjosh
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bunsen on a chromebook

I was a huge fan of #! on my Chromebook, it really opened up the potential of my $200 laptop.

so i was wondering if it was possible to keep the spirit alive with bunsen, using the same process as before, but with a bunsen net install script?

http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 93#p365393

is there a bunsen net install script yet?

Thanks for any help

Josh

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#2 2015-10-15 14:49:54

tknomanzr
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Re: bunsen on a chromebook

Yeah there is a Bunsen netinstall script. You will need a debian install iso, preferably with non-free firmwares if you need them.
Get it here:
http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/unoff … are/8.2.0/
Pick your architecture and grab the iso.
When you install, install only the standard system libraries at the end of the installer. Do not install any of the DE's offered.
When you reboot, you will end up at the console and will need to run the netinstall from there.

You can start here:
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=39656

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#3 2015-10-15 23:02:13

gisjosh
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Re: bunsen on a chromebook

If you are a moderator feel free to relocate this to tutorials if deemed necessary.

Chrome OS is a funny beast, our easy access is via crouton.

the process of installing this gives a basic Debian environment, where we started our #! install.

#! for Chrome Revised Guide

1. Create a new chroot

sudo sh -e ~/Downloads/crouton -t lxde -r jessie

2. Enter the chroot

sudo enter-chroot

3. Download and run JohnRaff's cb-netinstall script

wget https://github.com/johnraff/cb-netinsta … ter.tar.gz
tar -xpf master.tar.gz
cd cb-netinstall-master
./install

I used this shinny new netinstall.

sudo apt-get install ca-certificates

This also installed openssl. Now we can follow the bunsen-netinstall README...

wget https://github.com/bunsenlabs/bunsen-netinstall/archive/master.tar.gz
tar -xpf master.tar.gz
cd bunsen-netinstall-master
./install

4. Next, enter two lines of Bash commands to start CrunchBang's openbox session instead of LXDE's

sudo mv /usr/bin/openbox-lxde /usr/bin/openbox-lxde.backup &&
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/openbox-session /usr/bin/openbox-lxde

**Note: both of these methods install a ton of unnecessary stuff. I ran a "sudo apt-get purge lxde" and "sudo apt-get autoremove," and that seemed to do away with most of the silliness, but YMMV as per Brandon_mn.

5. Configure an .xinitrc file so you can start a GUI

In order to get your chroot from command line to GUI, you have to create and edit your ~/.xinitrc file, which tells the "startx" command which environment to launch.

Create a file at ~/.xinitrc:

sudo nano ~/.xinitrc

Then, add the following to your ~/.xinitrc :

#! /bin/bash
## start openbox session
exec openbox-session

6. Launch Chromebang

startx

Congratulations you've now installed CrunchbangBunsen Labs on your chromebook!

except i haven't

everything installed nicely

but with my command

 startx 

I'm confronted with a black screen.

any help would be appreciated.

Last edited by gisjosh (2015-10-15 23:09:06)

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#4 2015-10-16 03:40:25

johnraff
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Re: bunsen on a chromebook

gisjosh wrote:

If you are a moderator feel free to relocate this to tutorials if deemed necessary.

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I'm confronted with a black screen.

any help would be appreciated.

@gisjosh the "Scripts, Tutorials & Tips" subforum is intended for people to share things that work already, not for questions.

If you feel the main point of this thread is to develop an installation method for BunsenLabs on Chromebooks then it's fine here.


John

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( a boring Japan blog (currently paused), idle Twitterings and GitStuff )

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#5 2015-10-20 16:55:05

gisjosh
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Re: bunsen on a chromebook

I Keep arriving at the same error when I attempt to configure Xorg. while I am not new to linux, I'm not a master either. What does it mean?

(jessie)name@localhost:/etc/X11$ Xorg -configure
_XSERVTransmkdir: ERROR: euid != 0,directory /tmp/.X11-unix will not be created.

X.Org X Server 1.16.4
Release Date: 2014-12-20
X Protocol Version 11, Revision 0
Build Operating System: Linux 3.16.0-4-amd64 x86_64 Debian
Current Operating System: Linux localhost 3.8.11 #1 SMP Thu Sep 17 23:08:32 PDT 2015 x86_64
Kernel command line: cros_secure  console= loglevel=7 init=/sbin/init cros_secure oops=panic panic=-1 root=/dev/dm-1 rootwait ro dm_verity.error_behavior=3 dm_verity.max_bios=-1 dm_verity.dev_wait=1 dm="2 vboot none ro 1,0 2545920 bootcache PARTUUID=3298ce53-3379-c142-8b61-77f96487c3cb/PARTNROFF=1 2545920 f3701edd7f0b9544bb509039212f1ba850b3db10 512 20000 100000, vroot none ro 1,0 2506752 verity payload=254:0 hashtree=254:0 hashstart=2506752 alg=sha1 root_hexdigest=afa22c14db5a42ec7adfc22b08c1f910346a68c7 salt=f0ba49de889e307db2794fb09dfab273a77fc5c8a2be114433a312a194840a6d" noinitrd vt.global_cursor_default=0 kern_guid=3298ce53-3379-c142-8b61-77f96487c3cb add_efi_memmap boot=local noresume noswap i915.modeset=1 tpm_tis.force=1 tpm_tis.interrupts=0 nmi_watchdog=panic,lapic iTCO_vendor_support.vendorsupport=3  
Build Date: 11 February 2015  12:32:02AM
xorg-server 2:1.16.4-1 (http://www.debian.org/support) 
Current version of pixman: 0.32.6
        Before reporting problems, check http://wiki.x.org
        to make sure that you have the latest version.
Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,
        (++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational,
        (WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown.
(==) Log file: "/home/joshua/.local/share/xorg/Xorg.0.log", Time: Tue Oct 20 10:49:11 2015
List of video drivers:
        intel
        modesetting
xf86EnableIOPorts: failed to set IOPL for I/O (Operation not permitted)
(++) Using config file: "/home/name/xorg.conf.new"
(==) Using system config directory "/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d"
Number of created screens does not match number of detected devices.
  Configuration failed.
(EE) Server terminated with error (2). Closing log file.

Last edited by gisjosh (2015-10-20 16:55:46)

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#6 2015-10-20 17:00:43

xaos52
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Re: bunsen on a chromebook

Run the command as root.

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#7 2015-10-20 17:20:31

gisjosh
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Re: bunsen on a chromebook

xaos52 wrote:

Run the command as root.

Thank you.

I still have this thing to figure out...

 Number of created screens does not match number of detected devices.
  Configuration failed.
(EE) Server terminated with error (2). Closing log file.

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#8 2015-10-20 18:46:48

hhh
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Re: bunsen on a chromebook

Sorry if this advice is off, I haven't reads the whole thread and I'm in a hurry.

gisjosh wrote:

I still have this thing to figure out...

 Number of created screens does not match number of detected devices.
  Configuration failed.
(EE) Server terminated with error (2). Closing log file.

See the "Question" under "what if I do not have an xorg config file?"
https://wiki.debian.org/Xorg

Try the Arch wiki's tip about running this command while already running an X server...
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Xo … _xorg.conf

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