Trying to install CE-2020.09-16 on my Intel NUC9VXQNX (Xeon with 8 cores, 64GB RAM, 2TB disk). Have followed the installation guide here:
After logging in and grabbing the .iso file, I convert it to .img with:
hdiutil convert -format UDRW -o ce-2020.09.16.img ce-2020.09.16.iso
Putting the .img file on a SanDisk (16GB) according to the instructions in the document above:
dd if=ce-2020-09-16.img or=/dev/disk2 bs=1m
I then boot the NUC via USB. After a couple of minutes, I get this error message:
“FATAL Couldn’t find a hypervisor and an AOS installed, please package phenix with a hypervisor and a AOS.”
Have checked other forum posts and there in the related topic there is one who had a similar problem. In that case, it was the USB device that caused the problem. I have tried with two different USB devices, same issue. Wonder if someone can provide insights on how I should proceed?
Best answer by oscbex
The issue with the booting is solved. The burning of the flash disks didn’t turn out well from a Macbook via neither CLI nor balenaEtcher. Seems the file system is not being created correctly. When buring the usb boot device with Rufus (https://rufus.ie/) on a PC instead, the boot sequence worked as a charm.