Note Of course, substitute the correct release timestamp (which you just looked up) for YYYYMMDDThhmmssZ in the above commands. This may take a little time to complete, depending on the speed of your Internet link. We next need to check the integrity of the ISO, before using it. The install-amd64-minimal-YYYYMMDDThhmmssZ.iso.DIGESTS.asc file contains cryptographically signed digests (using various hash algorithms) for two other files you have downloaded.
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As such, to verify the ISO we must: • download the public key used for Gentoo automated weekly releases (if you don't already have this on your helper PC); • check the signature of the install-amd64-minimal-YYYYMMDDThhmmssZ.iso.DIGESTS.asc file using this key; and then • check that the hashes (digests) contained in that file agree with values that we compute independently. Note You can safely omit the status=progress option, if it not supported in your version of dd. Booting the ISO Image Although the minimal install image does include an EFI directory, the.efi images within it are unusable for booting. As such, we'll proceed by first booting the USB key we just created using the UEFI's 'legacy' / mode. (Of course, the kernel we'll ultimately create will (secure) boot under EFI.) So, to proceed, take the USB key from the helper PC (where we just dd'd it) and insert it into the target PC. The latter is still running Windows, and you need to reboot it into the BIOS setup GUI.
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There are two ways to do this; choose the one that suits you: Either: Use Windows boot options menu. This is the easier method (particularly if your target machine is using the 'fast boot' option with Windows). In Windows, hit Ctrl Alt Delete, then click on the power icon at the bottom right of the screen, and then while holding down Shift, click 'Restart' from the pop-up menu. This will pass you into the Windows boot options menu. Once this comes up (and asks you to 'Choose an option'), click on the 'Troubleshoot' tile, which brings up the 'Advanced options' panel (in Windows 10, you have to click on the 'Advanced options' tile to show this): from this, click on 'UEFI Firmware Settings', and confirm if prompted. Your machine will then restart into the BIOS GUI directly (no hotkeys required) and you can proceed.
Or: Use the BIOS hotkey. This is a less reliable method, since you are racing the OS loading process. To use it, hit Ctrl Alt Delete from within Windows, then click on the power icon at the bottom right of the screen, and choose 'Restart' from the pop-up menu to perform a regular restart. Then, immediately the target PC starts to come back up, press the appropriate hotkey to enter the BIOS setup GUI.
Unfortunately, the required hotkey varies greatly from machine to machine (as does the BIOS user interface itself). On the Panasonic CF-AX3, press F2 during startup (you may need to press it repeatedly). Once you have the BIOS configuration GUI up, you need to perform the following steps: • disable EFI boot mode; • enable legacy / CSM boot mode; • set the machine to look first at any inserted USB keys, when searching for a bootloader. The precise steps to achieve this will depend on your BIOS. On the CF-AX3, use the arrow keys to move to the 'Boot' tab, then, as shown below, navigate down to the 'UEFI Boot' item, and press Enter.
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