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[SOLVED] Hashtagging out Bluetooth files results in failed iso Build

Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 3:53 pm
by anonymous352
I have been getting failed ISO builds trying xfce-minimal scripts and narrowed it down to having commented out all the 6 Bluetooth files in the packages.x86_64 file:

#bluetooth
#blueberry
#bluez
#bluez-libs
#bluez-utils
#bluez-firmware
#pulseaudio-bluetooth

"Failed to enable unit, unit bluetooth.service does not exist." seems to be the error...

Re: [SOLVED] Hashtagging out Bluetooth files results in failed iso Build

Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 5:02 pm
by erikdubois
Making an iso is like a big puzzle. Elements are depending on each other.

This is more a Phase 6 thing (grey area) - building Arch Linux iso from scratch but here it goes

There is this file

https://github.com/arcolinux/arcolinux- ... irootfs.sh

In this file we make sure that all the services are launched also bluetooth.

If you hashtag out the bluetooth files then he can not activate them - error and everything halts.

Solution 1

Too difficult too fast. Stay off this file and delete the applications later after installation.

Solution 2

edit this file and delete the bluetooth.service line and try again.