When trying to install this to a VM or Physical machine using UEFI bios the disk fails to boot. Since this is based on CentOS7 it should be able to handle it.
This would be usefull for example for running this on a HyperV Generation 2 VM, that is currently not possible.
To work around this im currently installing a minimal CentOS7 and then installing Rockstor on it by manually adding the repository.
@suman, thanks for the quick reply. No there is no error, the disk just doesnt boot as the UEFI system does not find a bootable volume/file on the disk. So the system(UEFI) just says “no bootable media” basically.
If you have Hyper-V (Windows 8/10/2012/2008) give it a try, create a generation 2 vm and try and boot the media.
I don’t have Hyper-V, unfortunately. Since CentOS 7 works, I think we are missing a step during ISO creation. Can you try this freshly baked ISO and let me know if it works? http://rockstor.com/Rockstor-3.8-6.iso
@MONSTERLY Welcome to the Rockstor community. It looks like we have a pull request ready for review / testing on this one, I’ve linked to it in the issue@suman opened as a result of this thread. So hopefully there should be some more progress on this one in the near future. This forum thread is already linked in the issue so should be updated on significant developments taking place.
Thanks to @Lorgne on GitHub for contributing this pull request, hopeful we can get this one sorted sooner rather than later.
Is there anything in planning for this, the next, or near-future release cycles? Otherwise i’m having to reinstall using a custom-tailored install disc according the steps posted by @Lorgne on github, right?