Re: [No common CD-ROM drive was detected]
Ron Johnson ha scritto:
You were right, it was the isofs driver that was missing. By installing
it, the installer could mount the CD-ROM media and go on with the
But the installer complains that it cannot find, on the CD, packages (I
suppose it refers to modules) for the kernel in use and if I tell the
installer to load the files needed then it is not able to detect my
Ethernet board, or to partition my disks.
It seems I would need a way for loading a kernel package from CD, maybe
by modifying the ISO and then burning a specially tailored Debian CD,
but I don't have the knowledge for doing so :-(
Need the iso9660 driver?
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