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#1 2019-12-29 07:51:11

CooKiECruNChEr43
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[SOLVED] Installing Bunsenlabs questions

I want to install Bunsenlabs on my laptop.
Hardware: Intel Core I5 4500M CPU
2500 Ghz
8 Gig memory
x-64 processor.

That means that the AMD-64 download is not an option for me, right?
But is the hybrid one an option for me to install on his laptop?

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#2 2019-12-29 09:16:00

jr2
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Re: [SOLVED] Installing Bunsenlabs questions

The amd64 iso is fine for Intel 64bit CPUs. "amd" in the name is just a historical legacy.


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#3 2019-12-29 11:23:33

CooKiECruNChEr43
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Re: [SOLVED] Installing Bunsenlabs questions

I installed BunsenLabs on a USB-stick with unetbootin. Then I went to the BIOS of the Windows 10 OS.
I selected Advanced.
Under Bootmode:
- Legacy
- UEFI Hybrid
- UEFI Native
I selected Legacy.
Then I changed the boot order like thus:
- USB Hard drive
- USB CD-rom
- USB Floppy

So far no results. What am I doing wrong here?

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#4 2019-12-29 12:23:55

rbh
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Re: [SOLVED] Installing Bunsenlabs questions

CooKiECruNChEr43 wrote:

I installed BunsenLabs on a USB-stick with unetbootin.

I Wold not say that you "installed" the BunsenLab iso to an usb-stick. You "wrote" it to the stick.
The recomended way to use on an Windows pc, is to use https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager

Then I went to the BIOS of the Windows 10 OS.

Bios is not part of your OS! Se https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIOS, But, you can have BIOS, component integration and support in the OS,

I selected Advanced.
Under Bootmode:
- Legacy
- UEFI Hybrid
- UEFI Native
I selected Legacy.
Then I changed the boot order like thus:
- USB Hard drive
- USB CD-rom
- USB Floppy

So far no results. What am I doing wrong here?

What is tne "No result"? You can not boot from usb-stick?

What is your Brand/Model? Maybe that information could make it easier to guide you...


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#5 2019-12-29 14:24:33

CooKiECruNChEr43
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Re: [SOLVED] Installing Bunsenlabs questions

The brand and model is: HP ProBook 650 G1
No result means is that I tried to boot the computer with the USB plugged in, and then .... the computer started booting up Windows 10.
I know a big deal of software, but I am not good at dealing with the hardware side of computers.
Thank you for your replies. I appreciate it.

Contents of the USB-stick:

boot
dists
EFI
firmware
install
isolinux
live
pool
System Volume Information
tools
autorun.inf
bunsen_version
efi.img
g2ldr
g2ldr.mbr
ldlinux.c32
ldlinux.sys
libcom32.c32
libutil.c32
md5sum.txt
menu.c32
setup.exe
syslinux.cfg
ubnfilel.txt
ubninit
ubnkern
ubnpathl.txt
win32-loader.ini

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#6 2019-12-29 15:20:03

manyroads
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Re: [SOLVED] Installing Bunsenlabs questions


Pax vobiscum,
Mark Rabideau (manyroads)
"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong."    ---H. L. Mencken
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#7 2019-12-29 15:37:00

CooKiECruNChEr43
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Re: [SOLVED] Installing Bunsenlabs questions

Well, it worked.
I removed the old files from the USB stick and used the Ubuntu program usb-creator-gtk. It creates a LIVE disk (capital letters intended).
This did the trick.
I installed Bunsenlabs and already have done bl-welcome.
I will introduce myself later.
Thank you for your answers.

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#8 2019-12-30 18:29:17

DeepDayze
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Re: [SOLVED] Installing Bunsenlabs questions

Lesson learned here: Never use unetbootin to create BL bootable images on USB stick :^)

@manyroads' post is quite insightful.


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