I tried to install TrueOS on my notebook https://www.asus.com/Notebooks/X102BA and the installation process seemed to run well with no mishaps and the installation looked successful when it came to the screen “Your system is now installed, press finish to reboot”. But when I do that it just goes back to the “TrueOS Installation Menu”, no error message or anything, and when I reboot from there it starts the installation process all over again.
If I instead just try to run the installation again without rebooting I get an error message that I logged (you can have a look at it here http://iww.se/trueos-install-debug.log if there is a solution) and if I remove the USB-stick and reboot it just goes to black screen and says “insert proper boot media”.
I tried to start the installation both with UEFI and plain BIOS, but that makes no difference. At the “TrueOS Installation Menu” I also tried Vesa and Scfb and I even get the options Legacy Intel and Radeon, so I tried Radeon, but with the same negative result.
I used the version 2016-10-28 and I know it’s not the final release. But will the release work with this machine? Or is it something I do wrong? I used the .img not the .iso since this computer has no optical drive.
I also checked the “hardware compability diagnostics” at the select language screen and it’s all green.
At least the graphical installer runs, unlike when I tried to install 10.3 or 10.2, then I just got a big error.