Installation Trouble



  • Hello,

    Thanks for all your hard work on bringing ubuntu touch to the OnePlus One.

    I am following your installation instructions, however when I run the install command I get the following output:

    ~ » ubuntu-device-flash --server=http://system-image.ubports.com touch --channel=ubuntu-touch/stable --device=bacon --bootstrap
    2016/04/26 15:26:04 Device is |bacon|
    2016/04/26 15:26:05 Flashing version 12 from ubuntu-touch/stable channel and server http://system-image.ubports.com to device bacon
    2016/04/26 15:26:50 Start pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/pool/ubuntu-b5f4cc2c8fdcda0c8c2f1112f8ea22648af9fe2306e9038147427e8306c2acb2.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:50 Start pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/pool/keyring-f812366ff5018823acd3918f65837f7ade9679431e6e5ca6627a4e48f8dd643b.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:50 Start pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/ubuntu-touch/stable/bacon/version-12.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:50 Start pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/pool/device-ad2cea1ffd411b021f0e8699e391e877dacc2da4aea2262d93032ba6944920c1.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:50 Start pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/gpg/image-signing.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:50 Start pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/gpg/image-master.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:51 Done pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/pool/keyring-f812366ff5018823acd3918f65837f7ade9679431e6e5ca6627a4e48f8dd643b.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:51 Done pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/ubuntu-touch/stable/bacon/version-12.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:51 Done pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/gpg/image-signing.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:26:51 Done pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/gpg/image-master.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:27:10 Done pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/pool/device-ad2cea1ffd411b021f0e8699e391e877dacc2da4aea2262d93032ba6944920c1.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:28:18 Done pushing /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/pool/ubuntu-b5f4cc2c8fdcda0c8c2f1112f8ea22648af9fe2306e9038147427e8306c2acb2.tar.xz to device
    2016/04/26 15:28:18 Created ubuntu_command: /home/stuart/.cache/ubuntuimages/ubuntu_commands098107376
    2016/04/26 15:28:18 Rebooting into recovery to flash
    

    Thenmy device sits on the OnePlus screen and never boots into recovery or any OS. If I manually reboot, it will boot back into a very clean Android install.

    Thanks again,
    Stuart



  • Ok, so I did it for like a fourth time, and this time when I manually rebooted it booted into ubuntu!



  • @cadair said:

    Ok, so I did it for like a fourth time, and this time when I manually rebooted it booted into ubuntu!

    Thanks for this thread. I am having the same issue. While the push does wipe the current recovery on the device, it will not boot Ubuntu recovery to install and just hangs on the OnePlus boot screen. A reboot boots to Android.



  • My assumption is that when it sits on the "OnePlus" screen after the reboot it is flashing the device, I left it sitting there for about an hour and then restarted it, and it worked.



  • Thanks again. Still not working for me. It says it's booting recovery, and boots to the OnePlus screen. I also let it sit for over an hour just to try, and when I reboot (hold down the power key) it boots to a OnePlus screen (presumably trying to reboot recovery again) and hangs. I let that sit for over an hour and reboot (hold the power key again) and it boots to Android.

    I am not sure how it worked for you without booting into Ubuntu recovery to install. I understand it did work, just not sure how it's possible.

    Edit: This is resolved for me. I reinstalled twrp and formatted my internal storage aka sd. Once done, installation succeeded without issue.



  • @yug said:

    Thanks again. Still not working for me. It says it's booting recovery, and boots to the OnePlus screen. I also let it sit for over an hour just to try, and when I reboot (hold down the power key) it boots to a OnePlus screen (presumably trying to reboot recovery again) and hangs. I let that sit for over an hour and reboot (hold the power key again) and it boots to Android.

    I am not sure how it worked for you without booting into Ubuntu recovery to install. I understand it did work, just not sure how it's possible.

    Edit: This is resolved for me. I reinstalled twrp and formatted my internal storage aka sd. Once done, installation succeeded without issue.

    I tried it. erase all, and it's work


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