Bug#251662: os-prober does not detect mounted partitions
The image was sarge i386 netinst daily, 28 May 2004.
Also, for the record: The partition (FAT32) with the windows
installation (win98) was mounted with partman, NOT manually.
On Sun, 2004-05-30 at 12:34, Christian Perrier wrote:
> Package: os-prober
> Severity: normal
> This was reported in -boot.
> It seems that, though #247080 is supposed to have been fixed, it is not
> So, opening another bug....this will be tested soon.
> BTW, joey was asking whether you used a sarge_d-i or sid_d-i version of the
> installer. Which doesn't really matter anyway as the #247080 bug is supposed
> to have been fixed a while ago and should be fixed in both. Obviously it is
> I re-paste the mail exchanges....
> <scratches his head> What else do you need to know apart from:
> > This is with the standard daily i386 iso image, 28 May 04.
> On Sun, 2004-05-30 at 00:01, Joey Hess wrote:
> > Andree Leidenfrost wrote:
> > > Mounting an existing windows installation (FAT32) in partman causes OS
> > > detection to fail, windows is not found. If I don't assign a mount point
> > > to the windows partition in partman, OS detection works as expected and
> > > windows is bootbale from GRUB. I've tried this multiple times and can
> > > reproduce this behaviour consistently.
> > >
> > > This is with the standard daily i386 iso image, 28 May 04.
> > >
> > > I consider this to be a bug. If you agree, I'd be happy to file a bug
> > > report if someone could let me know what package to file it against.
> > See bug #247080. It is thought have been fixed weeks ago, but you did
> > not mention what version of d-i you used.
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