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Bug#52181: marked as done (Potato i386 disk install will not correctly mount the "drivers" floppy.)

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From: "Douglas Straub" <des@rmi.net>
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Subject: Potato i386 disk install will not correctly mount the "drivers" floppy.
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Package: installScript

Version: potato

>When installing the operating system, the install program requests the
>"drivers" floppy.
>When inserting drv14-1.bin into the driver, the install program generates:
>    mount /dev/fd0 (type msdos) on /floppy: wrong filesystem type or bad
>superblock on /dev/fd0
>    mount /dev/fd0 (type ext2) on /floppy: wrong filesystem type, or bad
>superblock on /dev/fd0
>I tried two different floppies, and do no believe it is a bad floppy
>problem.  The system seems inconsistent
>in requesting the "Drivers floppy", when it should request "Drivers floppy
>1" as when installing the base system disks.

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Subject: Potato i386 disk install will not correctly mount the "drivers" floppy.
From: Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com>
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The drivers floppies is a split tarball, which is sucked in and not
mountable.  We believe you experienced some 'loop' filesystem bugs
which should be fixed in 2.2.5.  And we cannot reproduce this, so we
can only assume it has been fixed.  

Therefore I am closing the bug.  Let us know if you still have the
problem, giving as much info as you can, and we will re-open the bug.

.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>

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