Next Step For Sculpt On New ThinkPad

John J. Karcher devuser at
Thu Oct 3 05:02:16 CEST 2019

On 10/2/19 9:15 PM, John J. Karcher wrote:
> Hello,
> As I hoped, by copying the files from the Sculpt USB stick to my NVMe 
> Ext2 partition, I can now boot into Sculpt on the ThinkPad L380 Yoga 
> (using Norman's USB HID-disabling patches).
> The results are basically the same as booting from from USB, but 
> hopefully this will allow me to load local packages and save log files 
> to the NVMe partition.
> Does anyone have any ideas on what I can try, in order to generate some 
> useful output?
> To recap, the most important limitations at the moment are 1) the the 
> Inspect window doesn't open, and 2) I can't connect to a network.

Now I'm really confused.  Just a few minutes after writing that, I tried 
it again, and the Inspect window started working.  I've booted several 
more times since, and the Inspect window now works reliably.  The WiFi 
network scanning also started finding the hotspots, but it doesn't seem 
to be able to connect.  (It has no trouble in Linux.)

That's at least a big improvement over the previous situation.  Now it 
should be a lot easier to copy files around.

Let me know if anyone has any thoughts.

  Thanks again!
   John J. Karcher
   devuser at

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