Hey all, I just built a new desktop system, and I want to install Daryna on it. I had several problems booting into the live CD, but I was able to figure that out. However, when I try to install, it always quits at the same point, and I can't find the answer. What happens is, I will go through the entire installation setup, and finally click the 'install' button. The installation then starts, and proceeds to the part where it creates the file systems for the partitions that I have set up to format. However, when it finishes this, the installer disappears, and I am left with volumes on my desktop that are mounted at '/target/', '/target/home', and '/target/boot', depending what directories I decided to put on different partitions. I have tried using the manual partitioning, as well as the guided option. I could not think of any other options that I could change that would affect my result. I have checked that my disk is free from scratches, I've burned the disk at the lowest speed I can, and I've checked the md5sum.
My hardware is as follows:
AMD Athlon 64 2 4200 Dual Core 2.2 Ghz
Asus M2N-M SE+ motherboard (nVicia gForce 6100)
2 gigs of 667 DDR2 Ram
Western Digital 500 GB hard drive
I've looked through the forums here, and I can't find anything. I was wondering if it had something to do with my trying to run it on an AMD system, but that does not make sense because I was able to get the live CD to work. I have not installed Daryna on anything yet, although I have successfully installed Cassandra and Celena several times. Also, I have not tried to install anything else yet on the problem system.
I really hope I can resolve this, as I really like what you guys are doing. Thanks for all your work so far.