Hi, I never tried Clear Linux before (but have general Linux experience), and I ran into a problem installing it on my machine. Before trying to install it I made sure that my hardware supports it, it boots into Live USB without any problems, but installation throws an error as soon as it starts. I check the log, and it looks like there is a typo in the command.
(Please don’t pay attention to warning “[WRN] Failed to find EFI firmware, falling back to legacy BIOS for installation.” I tried to run it in UEFI mode, in Legacy, and none of boot modes helped in installation, there is the same error)
There are the lines that seems to be the root of the problem:
[DBG] parted: invalid token: EFI
[DBG] Error: Expecting a partition type.
[DBG] WritePartitionTable: mkPartCmd: mkpart EFI fat32 463333M 463489M
[DBG] parted -a optimal /dev/sda unit MB --script – mkpart EFI fat32 463333M 463489M
For me, it looks like a typo. I guess there should not be space between – and mkpart? So mkpart is a parameter and EFI is parameter value?