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  1.    #1  
    I wanted to update luneos last night. At start I renamed the volume partition from ext3fs to luneos-root with lvrename from commandline in WOSQI and the go the steps to install a newer image from webos internals. All goes good.
    But LuneOS does't boot. Screen went black and then Touchpad reboots.
    Tailor dont shows the partition luneos-root.
    Lvscan shows the volume like in the install steps.

    Can anybody help?
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    Daniel from Kranichfeld, Thüringen, Germay, Old Europe
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    did you also create matching folder for mounting?

    mount -o remount,rw /
    mkdir /media/luneos-root
    mount /dev/store/luneos-root /media/luneos-root
    cd /media/internal
    tar xzf webos-ports-dev-image-tenderloin.tar.gz -C /media/luneos-root

    or if not using DEV image (less logging)

    tar xzf webos-ports-image-tenderloin.tar.gz -C /media/luneos-root
  3.    #3  
    Yes, folder exists.

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    try starting again delete partition and create new luneos-root

    I renamed mine and had no problems with luneos-root

    have you mixed up you uppercase I and lowercase L as they look the same and it case sensitive.
    I know its unlikely.
  5.    #5  
    Ok, I have done all the steps for instalation one more time. Now luneos is running. Thanks for thinking with me.

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    I restored my HP TP 4G using the TPToolkit, and was in the process of installing LuneOS. I am referencing the Tenderloin (Template:Tenderloin Install Steps - WebOS-Ports) installation, but when I run the lvscan (step 10), I noticed that the "luneos-root" is named "luneos-rootlvrename".

    root@WillsHPTouchPad:/# lvscan
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/media' [23.62 GB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/root' [568.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/var' [64.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/update' [16.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/log' [24.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/mojodb' [256.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/filecache' [136.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/swap' [512.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename' [3.93 GB] inherit
    root@WillsHPTouchPad:/#

    How can I correct this entry???

    lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 38 Nov 9 20:45 luneos-rootlvrename -> /dev/mapper/store-luneos--rootlvrename

    Thanks in advance for your help...

    Borsheck
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    I restored my HP TP 4G using the TPToolkit, and was in the process of installing LuneOS. I am referencing the Tenderloin (Template:Tenderloin Install Steps - WebOS-Ports) installation, but when I run the lvscan (step 10), I noticed that the "luneos-root" is named "luneos-rootlvrename".

    root@WillsHPTouchPad:/# lvscan
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/media' [23.62] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/root' [568.00] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/var' [64.00] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/update' [16.00] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/log' [24.00] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/mojodb' [256.00] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/filecache' [136.00] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/swap' [512.00] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename' [3.93] inherit
    root@WillsHPTouchPad:/#

    How can I correct this entry???

    lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 38 Nov 9 20:45 luneos-rootlvrename -> /dev/mapper/store-luneos--rootlvrename

    Thanks in advance for your help...

    Borsheck
    Try renaming like the renaming of the Android System partition in the install steps:
    [Code]lvrename /dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename /dev/store/luneos-root[Code]

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    Quote Originally Posted by davodego View Post
    Try renaming like the renaming of the Android System partition in the install steps:
    [Code]lvrename /dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename /dev/store/luneos-root[Code]

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    Daniel,

    I will give this a try this evening. So, do I also need to rename the "/dev/mapper/store-luneos--rootlvrename"?

    Thanks for your input.

    Borsheck
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    Quote Originally Posted by davodego View Post
    Try renaming like the renaming of the Android System partition in the install steps:
    [Code]lvrename /dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename /dev/store/luneos-root[Code]

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    Daniel,

    Before I actually do this, I have outline what I believe needs to be done, can you review and suggest any corrections that need to be performed, so I do not hose this system once again???

    >umount /dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename
    >umount /dev/mapper/store-luneos--rootlvrename
    >lvrename /dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename /dev/store/luneos-root
    >lvrename /dev/mapper/luneos-rootlvrename /dev/mapper/luneos-root

    1. View /etc/fstab
    2. Edit /etc/fstab to point to /dev/mapper/luneos-root

    >mount -a

    I do not have the system with me, since I am at work, so the above is just from my thoughts.

    Thanks in Advance!

    Borsheck
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    Daniel,

    Before I actually do this, I have outline what I believe needs to be done, can you review and suggest any corrections that need to be performed, so I do not hose this system once again???

    >umount /dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename
    >umount /dev/mapper/store-luneos--rootlvrename
    >lvrename /dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename /dev/store/luneos-root
    >lvrename /dev/mapper/luneos-rootlvrename /dev/mapper/luneos-root

    1.View /etc/fstab
    2.Edit /etc/fstab to point to /dev/mapper/luneos-root

    >mount -a

    I do not have the system with me, since I am at work, so the above is just from my thoughts.

    Thanks in Advance!

    Borsheck

    Huu, I'm an amatuer and I solve many in 'try and error' method.
    The commands seems to be right. My luneos partition was not mounted when I'm in webos, so I don't write it. But your right, unmount it first. I have also no fstab entry for luneos-root.

    Rename the /dev/store/xxxx partition was enough in my casa. I dont renemed the /dev/mapper/xxx partition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by davodego View Post
    Huu, I'm an amatuer and I solve many in 'try and error' method.
    The commands seems to be right. My luneos partition was not mounted when I'm in webos, so I don't write it. But your right, unmount it first. I have also no fstab entry for luneos-root.

    Rename the /dev/store/xxxx partition was enough in my casa. I dont renemed the /dev/mapper/xxx partition.


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    Thanks, I will poke around in the partition first, and then give it a try. I'll update this thread afterwards.
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    Daniel,

    Well you were correct, I only needed to do the following - "lvrename /dev/store/luneos-rootlvrename /dev/store/luneos-root". Ironically, I was unable to umount the volumes and was getting an "Invalid Argument" response, so I just tried using the lvrename command with the complete path, which worked perfectly. I just completed the installation of luneOS on the second partition.

    Now time to play... Thanks Again!

    Borsheck
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    I don't seem to have the 'lv' commands, lvrename, etc.

    I'm using novaterm and am following the instructions for tenderloin. I do not have an android partition, just webOS. I've created the new partition as instructed.
    Siobhán

    Palm III, Treo 600/650/680/750, Pre, Pre3, AT&T Pre3, tp 4G, tp 64GB.

    I am an HP Employee. I am not associated in anyway with the development of webOS or associated devices. Opinions expressed in this post are my own and do not in any way represent HP or Palm in any official manner. Any implications derived from my posts are the result of my own point of view and do not indicate any intention or evidence of past, present or future activity or plans of the aforementioned HP or Palm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by siobhanellis View Post
    I don't seem to have the 'lv' commands, lvrename, etc.

    I'm using novaterm and am following the instructions for tenderloin. I do not have an android partition, just webOS. I've created the new partition as instructed.
    again, answering my own question. I have been working on my TP for 6 hours. I missed the step of going into novaterm. *sigh*
    Siobhán

    Palm III, Treo 600/650/680/750, Pre, Pre3, AT&T Pre3, tp 4G, tp 64GB.

    I am an HP Employee. I am not associated in anyway with the development of webOS or associated devices. Opinions expressed in this post are my own and do not in any way represent HP or Palm in any official manner. Any implications derived from my posts are the result of my own point of view and do not indicate any intention or evidence of past, present or future activity or plans of the aforementioned HP or Palm.
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  15. #15  
    Look at it this way: Your ability to keep answering your own questions means you're one of the smarter ones!

    I'd like to try LuneOS, but I'm pretty sure I will break something, so I'm waiting for the easy version! ;-)
  16. #16  
    Actually, using the Tailor 0.3.1 beta version from the other thread, you can't really break anything as long as you are patient and let Tailor do its job.

    Getting LuneOS to boot is another thing, but webOS would still work.

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