Richard wrote: > But I still get the " > No kernel modules were found. This probably is due to a mismatch > between the kernel used by this version of the installer and the > kernel version available in the archive. " > . Its not finding the addtional USB memory either. This message _always_ means that you are using incompatible images, so this is user error and not a problem in the installer. Basically the kernel you are using to boot the installer with (the one you've flashed the box with) is different from the version the udebs that are available on the media/mirror you are downloading additional components from. To find out what kernel version you have flashed, <go back> to the main menu, start a debug shell using the option in the menu and type 'uname -a'. > I could go back to 4.0r2 if needed. That may or may not help. As explained above, the image you use to flash most be compatible with whatever you use for the rest of the installation process. Cheers, FJP P.S. No need to CC me on replies.
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