In Dungeon World, can the Make Camp move be aborted or interrupted?

The Make Camp moves begins as follows:

When you settle in to rest consume a ration. If you’re somewhere dangerous decide the watch order as well. If you have enough XP you may level up. When you wake from at least a few uninterrupted hours of sleep heal damage equal to half your max HP.

It is unclear to me when exactly this move triggers. Does the party “settle in” simply by deciding to do so, or does some in-fiction event need to happen? Once the decision to make camp is made, can the move be interrupted or aborted by outside influences?

For example, if my PCs have the XP needed to level up and decide to make camp but are immediately attacked or otherwise harassed by monsters/NPCs – they certainly don’t get a few hours of uninterrupted sleep – do they level up or not?

Updated: The Level Up move description independently resolves my question as it applies to leveling up specifically. Restoring HP is also explicitly tied to uninterrupted rest. I do not know if there are other mechanical effects tied to Make Camp, but if there are this is still a worthwhile question.

Canada Goose Camp con capucha a la venta

Ahora hemos proyectado una gran cantidad de Spencer en el pasado, y es poco probable que alguno pueda ser exclusivo exclusivo en lugar de un enorme lote de Hardwear Blurry Whisperer Hooded. La conclusión es que existe el calor junto con la comodidad de un sólido abrigo esponjoso en un acuerdo muy aerodinámico, ligero y portátil similar a la capa inferior. En caso de ponerse el opuesto a lo largo de Spencer dentro de esta evaluación, en general es bastante como operar una nueva camioneta…

Canada Goose Camp con capucha a la venta

Boot Camp Assistant removal successful, still can’t reinstall

I installed Windows 10 via Boot Camp Assistant with no problems yesterday, but needed to uninstall to make the partition larger. I uninstalled it also using Boot Camp Assistant and received no error message. It was successful and Windows was removed. I now want to reinstall, however BCA cannot find the space. I only have one APFS container which contains all of my space and Terminal displays plenty of unallocated space.

I have been searching for four hours and I’ve encountered a lot of people with problems who didn’t use BCA or got an error using it, but I don’t know what to do when BCA was successful.

I am on a mid-2012 MBP running Mojave. I understand there are some differences in older and newer Macs when using Boot Camp.

I know I can clean install Mojave and restore from Time Machine before I used Boot Camp the first time, but I would rather avoid it and also I worry about using BCA again, when I had a problem even when it encountered no errors. I want to install Windows again.

Boot Camp cannot install Windows because “The startup disk cannot be partitioned or restored to a single partition.” [duplicate]

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  • The startup disk cannot be partitioned or restored to a single partition. Windows 10 and Mojave 1 answer

I have installed macOS Mojave 10.14.5 on a MacBook Pro early 2011. Now I want to install Windows 10 but I am unable to do it. Boot Camp shows the error

The startup disk cannot be partitoned or restored to a single partition.

Below is the output of diskutil list

/dev/disk0 (internal, physical):    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER    0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *500.0 GB   disk0    1:                        EFI EFI                     209.7 MB   disk0s1    2:          Apple_Corestorage Mac-OS                  499.0 GB   disk0s2    3:                 Apple_Boot Recovery HD             650 MB     disk0s3  /dev/disk1 (internal, virtual):    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER    0:                  Apple_HFS Mac-OS                 +181.3 GB   disk1                                  Physical Store disk0s2    1:                APFS Volume Macintosh HD            116.4 GB   disk1s1    2:                APFS Volume Preboot                 44.6 MB    disk1s2    3:                APFS Volume Recovery                512.8 MB   disk1s3    4:                APFS Volume VM                      4.3 GB     disk1s4 

Boot Camp Low Audio Level Through 3.5mm Audio Jack

Description:

When using the 3.5mm audio output while booted into Windows 10, audio is barely audible at max volume; built-in speakers work perfectly. That is, the volume is very soft when my headphones are plugged in. Windows partition installed through Boot Camp Assistant.

Device: 2018 15″ MacBook Pro, Vega 20 GPU.

OS: Tested on Windows 10 1809 AND 1903 (Both fully updated)

Boot Camp Assistant Version: 6.1.0 (6067.230.4)

What I Have Tried:

  • Clean install Windows 10 1809 and 1903
  • Enable and disable Windows Sonic For Headphones
  • Cannot disable audio Enhancements (the tab is missing for some reason)
  • Reinstall Mojave
  • Reinstall Windows Support Software

Observation:

Cirrus audio driver does not seem to be installed, but rather Apple Audio Driver. I am assuming this is normal?

Comments:

Is this a driver issue or a “me” issue. Headphone audio level is normal while using macOS Mojave. Windows 10 installation went smoothly and was uneventful. I did not have this problem on my 2015 15″ MacBook Pro.

Cannot boot into Ubuntu installed on an external SSD after installing Windows with Boot Camp

I have a MacBook Pro running macOS Mojave and an external SSD with Ubuntu installed on it. The way I swapped between macOS and Ubuntu was by pressing the Option/Alt during boot to choose between Macintosh and EFI Boot (when the EFI Boot was selected it booted Ubuntu automatically).

Now I have installed Windows with Boot Camp and the EFI Boot has disappeared. Now I can only choose between Macintosh or Boot Camp.

How can I boot into Ubuntu with the external SSD again?

This is the output of running diskutil list:

/dev/disk0 (internal, physical):    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER    0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *251.0 GB   disk0    1:                        EFI EFI                     209.7 MB   disk0s1    2:                 Apple_APFS Container disk1         180.0 GB   disk0s2    3:       Microsoft Basic Data BOOTCAMP                70.8 GB    disk0s3  /dev/disk1 (synthesized):    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER    0:      APFS Container Scheme -                      +180.0 GB   disk1                                  Physical Store disk0s2    1:                APFS Volume Macintosh HD            121.0 GB   disk1s1    2:                APFS Volume Preboot                 46.7 MB    disk1s2    3:                APFS Volume Recovery                509.7 MB   disk1s3    4:                APFS Volume VM                      1.1 GB     disk1s4  /dev/disk2 (external, physical):    #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER    0:     FDisk_partition_scheme                        *240.1 GB   disk2    1:                 Linux_Swap                         8.0 GB     disk2s1    2:                      Linux                         40.0 GB    disk2s2    3:                      Linux                         192.1 GB   disk2s3