first at all, thanks for your great job concerning Doudou Linux, my son is really enjoying it (and me too :-)).
Last week-end, I tried to install Hyperborea but I had a problem. I create a live usb disk (because the computer DVD seems to be broken) and I boot it without any problem.
I open a Linux terminal and, following your manual, I run a “sudo live-installer” to install on the internal computer’s hard disk. The process runs perfectly until the end.
So, I reboot the computer and boot the hard disk but the distro freezes on the boot screen.
I try to boot in debug mode and an error message is displayed. The distro wants to enter maintenance mode because root partition (/dev/sda1) seems to be corrupted (the distro tries to re-mount read-only the partition but can’t) and asks for a fsck.
I retry the process a second time (live-installer from the bootable usb key) but the problem still remains.
Rebooting from the live usb key, I run a “fsck /dev/sda1” to correct the problem (it fixes a wrong superblock allocation). So, I reboot from the hard disk but I still have a partition corruption problem (not at the same point).
At last, I try to install on an usb key instead of my hard disk but the same problem appears (/dev/sda1 corruption).
Have you alreary heard of such problems ?