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acronis 2017 uefi
2019-05-15, 17:41
Post: #1
acronis 2017 uefi
Hello !
I can't start acronis 2017 on my computers uefi, it works well in bios legacy.
I took the config here: http://ipxe.org/appnote/acronis.
For information, my other software starts well in uefi with ipxe.efi.
I have an error "kernel panic".
Can you help me?
Thanks!
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2019-05-15, 19:08
Post: #2
RE: acronis 2017 uefi
Please try without quiet on the kernel line, and then post the error message in full, as well as the actual script you are using.

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Did you include relevant ipxe.org error urls?
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2019-05-15, 19:21
Post: #3
RE: acronis 2017 uefi
Thanks for your feedback.

Here is my script:
kernel kernel64.dat initrd=ramdisk_merged64.dat initrd=dat4.dat edd=off MBRCRCS force_modules=usbhid quiet
initrd ramdisk_merged64.dat
initrd dat4.dat
boot

The files are stored on my tftp server.

And here is the boot in error : https://ibb.co/mHYdVQ7
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2019-05-15, 20:41
Post: #4
RE: acronis 2017 uefi
It might be a good idea to verify that the files are valid,
also test with imgstat and shell before boot - this will show the files downloaded, and their size, please verify that they are correct.

the kernel output shows us that it can't find any root fs - this means that something is wrong with the initrds, or how they are (not) found or parsed correctly by the kernel.

It might be worth a extra check to start the original in uefi mode, and do cat /proc/cmdline as was done to get that line in the documentation, just to be sure nothing is missed or changed in newer versions.

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