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Bug#293151: "testing" installation: reboot does more than reboot

Package: installation-reports

(sorry, I currently have no access to the machine I'm installing)

 Debian-installer-version: sarge (2005-01-27)
 uname -a: <The result of running uname -a on a shell prompt>
 Date: 2005-01-31 22:00 EST (-0500EDT)
 Method: from sarge cd-iso

 Machine: Desktop (generic)
 Processor: P4 2.8GHz
 Memory: 1GB
 Root Device: IDE (6 disks)
 Root Size/partition table: 
 Output of lspci and lspci -n:

 Base System Installation Checklist:
 [O] = OK, [E] = Error (please elaborate below), [ ] = didn't try it

 Initial boot worked:    [O]
 Configure network HW:   [O]
 Config network:         [O]
 Detect CD:              [O]
 Load installer modules: [O]
 Detect hard drives:     [O]
 Partition hard drives:  [O]
 Create file systems:    [O]
 Mount partitions:       [O]
 Install base system:    [O]
 Install boot loader:    [O]
 Reboot:                 [O]

 Start Base-Config:      [E]


After doing a full install, it ejected the CD and asked me to remove the
media for reboot.  I took this opportunity to switch to another window
and make a "dd" backup of /dev/md/0 partition (for future reference, as
I'm trying to track down an md0 install problem).  In doing so, I unmounted
the filesystems.  When all was completed, I went back to the main window
and hit "OK" to go ahead and reboot.  I thought it odd that it appeared to
do a few things, and then when it rebooted, my keyboard was not configured
(I use Dvorak) and base-config did not run.

It looks to me like more happens at that point than just a reboot and if
someone has played around and unmounted the /target then some things don't
get set and the configuration does not happen correctly.

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