Can't mount quantal install disk on EeePC900 when external USB drive present
I've copied the latest alternate iso to an SD card using DD. Then I booted from it on my EeePC900.
I had my external USB 80GB drive plugged in, because I was going to install to it.
I wanted to check the integrity of the disk and chose that option.
After "looking for hardware", the procedure failed with the following message:
(process:318): mounting /dev/sdc2 on /crdrom failed: Invalid argument
I've done this particular series of steps many times in the past, and the verification has proceeded normally.
Once the procedure has failed, I can't use ctrl-alt-del to restart, but have to remove the battery and the external DC supply.
If I remove the external USB drive, verification works.
If I then plug the external drive in again, and try to install, the same thing happens.
As I do my test installs on the external drive, this means I can't install.
|Ubuntu QA Website (ubuntuqa) wrote : Re: Can't mount quantal install disk on EeePC90 when external USB drive present||#2|
- Can't mount quantal install disk on EeePC90 when external USB drive
+ Can't mount quantal install disk on EeePC900 when external USB drive
|affects:||ubuntu → debian-installer (Ubuntu)|
|Changed in debian-installer (Ubuntu):|
|status:||New → Fix Released|