Thanks for providing the Linux image! I am trying to boot on a Legacy BIOS, not UEFI. It looks like the image expects the SYSLINUX boot loader. I installed the SYSLINUX boot loader on the USB device and the contents of to-esp, but it’s not booting. Do you know of any peculiarities with SYSLINUX and the Linux image that I should be aware of?
Edit 1: I tried both installing SYSLINUX to the USB device via the syslinux command and copying mbr.bin to the boot sector via the dd command. The latter displays “Missing operating system” for a few seconds when trying to boot and then switches to the system’s native boot loader.
Edit 2: Successfully created a boot-able USB using the following procedure on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
- Formatted USB device with MBR (using Disks)
- Created a FAT partition (using Disks)
- Copied contents of to-esp to USB
syslinux -i /dev/sdX1 replacing X with the device node
dd conv=notrunc bs=440 count=1 if=mbr.bin of=/dev/sdX (using the mbr.bin included with the downloaded Linux image)
parted /dev/sdX set 1 boot on
I will keep in contact with support to help the development team determine the issue with Dashboard.