More Fedora ISO weirdness

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Fri Nov 26 07:03:16 UTC 2021

I tried the mate rawhide edition and orca had a problem since it was
missing a file and then the whole install failed about 6% into
partitioning.  I used amd-x86_64 disk on an amd-x86_64 system which has
enough resources to allow linux to fly 14Gb of memory and a 240GB ssd.  I
reported what I could on the error after having created an account then
left it at that.

On Fri, 26 Nov 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:

> Got around to giving this a go...and Fedora's fallen over because, amusingly,
> the F34 .iso doesn't have a working chroot in this downnload?
> All I'm getttting is no bash or bash/bin messages when following along. I can
> mount the file systems fine. I just can't chroot into it...this is with Fedora
> Workstation 34 as well, since I figured I'd give it another shot
> On 11/25/21 15:02, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> > Since you do get sound on the Fedora 34 iso, one thing you may try is using
> > the 34 iso to chroot into your installed system and installing pulseaudio
> > there. First, lsblk to find your hard disk, than do something like
> > sudo mount /dev/sdxn /mnt
> > where /dev/sdxn is the hard disk where Fedora was installed. Note that it
> > may be called /dev/vdxn if running in a virtual machine. Now you can run
> > sudo chroot /mnt
> > dnf install --allowerasing pulseaudio
> > You can press control+d here to exit out of the chroot, and then you can
> > restart the machine and boot from the hard disk. If all went well, you
> > should get sound using pulseaudio instead of pipewire and wireplumber.
> > ~Kyle
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