CD integrity check reboots instead of going back to main menu

Bug #67627 reported by Trouilliez vincent on 2006-10-22
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
casper (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Problem occurs with: Ubuntu 6.10, Ubuntu 7.10, Ubuntu Intrepid alpha 3, Ubuntu Intrepid daily 2008-08-21

1. Start up from an Ubuntu live CD.
2. Choose the "Check this CD for defects" option.
3. Once the test has finished, try to install Ubuntu.

What happens: Once the check finishes, it says "Press any key to reboot your system".
What should happen: Once you have acknowledged the passed test, Ubuntu should return to the main menu, which already has an option for restarting the computer if I really want to, which I probably don't.

Fixing this would also fix bug 221926.

Update: I tried Edgy final now it's out, and the CD test has changed behaviour copared to RC. Instead of looping, now it reboot the machine ! Okay, so I don't have to do it manually anymore you might say ;-) but still, not quite what one would expect/want either ;-)

I changed the bug title/subject field accordingly.

I just tried on Herd1, and it still reboots, so am changing the status to "confirmed".

Changed in cdrom-checker:
status: Unconfirmed → Confirmed

Update: I tried the Gutsy Live CD. I ran the integrity check, and again, once the check was completed (succesfully), it forced/prompted me to restart the computer, instead of simply going back to the main menu and let me carry on with the installation.

description: updated
Changed in casper (Ubuntu):
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
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