|Subject:||bug#33999: CP437: Invalid Argument on init|
|Date:||Thu, 10 Jan 2019 07:15:10 -0800|
I've attached two videos here, one of the boot (the screen with the GNU logo and "100% freedom" on it) and one of the init (where Shepherd reports errors, I think it's dmesg?).On Wed, Jan 9, 2019, 13:18 Bryan Ferris <address@hidden wrote:I assume that it is related because the error is printed once for each failed service but I have no better reason than that. I can send a video of my boot tonight... It might be a little blurry though, all I have is my phone camera. If there's a way for me to start a screen recorder during init or capture the logs that it prints as a text file I'd be happy to do that, I just don't know of a way to.On Jan 9, 2019 11:08, "Danny Milosavljevic" <address@hidden> wrote:Hi,
apparently the message is printed by fsck.fat and is harmless (although we should
still fix it). Are you sure that the services fail because of it?
> (file-systems (cons*
> (device (file-system-label "ESP"))
> (mount-point "/boot/efi")
> (type "fat")
Try adding (check? #f) here for testing purposes.
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