Quoting Jerry Quinn (email@example.com): > Package: debian-installer > Severity: normal > > > I just installed of amd64 debian testing on a new system, using the > 9/15/07 installer. I used graphical install, which went cleanly. My > system doesn't have a floppy drive. > > During install as I was wondering why there were long pauses, I > flipped to the console views and saw that there were a number of IO > errors due to something probing for a floppy drive. I suspect that > the installer was slowed by blocking on the failing floppy probes. > > The system really shouldn't do that more than once or better yet, > detecting that the system doesn't have a floppy and not probing at > all. The log doesn't show anything weird at all as far as I can see. When exactly were there floppy probes occurring?
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