There are rumors flying about that SOF (Son-of-Frankenstein,
a.k.a. Windows 10) will be locking itself into UEFI bios so
that you can not boot into other operating systems.
If this is the case, what are the implications to Live
Will we not be able to boot off of Live to do maintenance
Do I misunderstand how UEFI lock works? Will it only lock
you out of the hard drive for booting purposes?
And, if you can still boot off of Live, will the lock
keep you out of doing maintenance on the hard drive?
Computers are like air conditioners.
They malfunction when you open windows
I use livecd-tools create a CentOS 6 LiveOS iso. I boot it from PXE as a
RAM OS to do some init setting for rack server.
After I reboot from LiveOS, I got a failed message with:
Unmounting loopback filesystems: umount: /dev/.initramfs/live: device is busy.
(In some cases useful info about processes that use
the device is found by lsof(8) or fuser(1))
Detaching loopback device /dev/loop0: loop: can't delete device
/dev/loop0: Device or resource busy
This is my livecd-creator ks.cfg paste:
After PXE liveos boot, '/etc/rc.local' would wget a bash script, then auto
run it do some init setting.
Email attachments are screenshots about this problem :
1. liveos 'df -h' mount point and device
2. reboot failed info
Thanks for your help.