HP install stuck at BTX loader
David Hanneman last edited by
I am at wits end after trying 4 different CD ISO installers.
I am trying to build a replacement box for an Untangle router, and I have HP DC5850, DC5750, and 6005 available for the task.
First I tried loading an AMD64 bit version (not sure of exact build - it was the latest stable build for 2.3.2 a few days ago)
That booted from CD and quickly got stuck at the BTX loader screen.
I searched the forums and found some old threads, and tried disabling AHCI support - no change
Then I tried downloading some of the Dev versions -
AMD 64 20161004-1853
AMD 64 20161005-0217
and had the same experience.
Finally, I figured what the heck - these AMD boxes have run both 64 bit and 32 bit versions of windows, so I tried i386 20161005-2017
Same result - stuck on the BTX loader screen. (sad face)
I really wanted to give PFSense a try, but I need a box for next week so I loaded the latest 32 bit version of Untangle with no problem.
If anyone has suggestions on how I can get PFSense onto one of these boxes I would appreciate it.
(I considered trying the memstick version but I am unsure how to put the version onto the USB drive properly.)
gjaltemba last edited by
Try in linux
dd if=pfSense-CE-memstick-2.3.2-RELEASE-amd64.img of=/dev/sd?
MLIT last edited by
This isn't specific to PFSense. I think it is a FreeBSD issue. I had the same problem on a 6005 and DC5850. Ended up using something Intel instead.