Custom Install: error loading script, Internal Lua error
Using the Custom install, i get the Error Loading Script - An internal Lua error occurred while trying to run the script /usr/local/share/dfuibe_lua/install/main.lua
This only happens with the Custom Install selecting defaults at each step and errors out right after selecting Standard Kernel. Quick/Easy Install boots to a working pfSense.
Can anyone else confirm this to rule out an issue with my system perhaps. Utilized a memstick and a LiveCD with identical results.
#2 Updated by Angel Torres about 3 years ago
Using a desktop Dell Optiplex 755 SFF with a dual intel NIC. I have a similar system that i can test again on to rule out any motherboard or even hard drive issues with this box. Does the attached pictures give any hint as to what is the possible problem?
#5 Updated by Jim Pingle about 3 years ago
The fix was to the bsdinstaller port in our ports repository so it wouldn't show in the main repo: https://github.com/pfsense/FreeBSD-ports/commit/551411b1c5a25064d2dcccbb6cc0327bb680ac30
I suspect a new snap will fix the problem, let us know how the test turns out.
#7 Updated by Angel Torres about 3 years ago
Ok, tried this on two different systems with the same symptoms on both. I attached a screenshot of the errors I'm getting with the latest/newest snapshot. On both systems after the installer finishes the setup and system reboots, I remove the install media and I'm getting the initial F1 prompt and the system reboots again in a loop. This happens on Custom Install and Quick/Easy.
These systems have 4GB of RAM each recognized in the BIOS, so the error stating less than 512MB RAM is strange.
Using the snapshot from last Friday utilizing Quick/Easy install like I mentioned above gets me a working system on both of my test boxes.