version of parrot: (3.10.1)
computer (Dell Inspiron 15 3521)
storage configuration (manual partitioning)
multiboot with other systems (yes)
so, I started the install using the custom Parrot install (debian install doesn’t work, and the install before boot doesnt work for me, [even in new kali images, guess my pc has a problem with Debian])
after setting up what i wanted, it started the install, and then at 34% or so, it returned this error
Boost.Python error in job “bootloader”.
(‘inconsistent use of tabs and spaces in indentation’, (’/usr/lib/calamares/modules/bootloader/main.py’, 224, 26, ’ except Exception:\n’))
so, I’ll be waiting for a fix in 3.11 or if there’s a workaround for it before the release.
and, sorry, I lost the error screenshot, but if i reproduce upload it.
#tabs not spaces vs #spaces not tabs, lol
ps: i’ve seen several other people complaining abour the same issue.
ps: It’s a dual tripple boot env, but i don’t think it matters cause I’m used to.