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Bug#586738: marked as done (can't install because 'write changes to disk' fails)

Your message dated Tue, 22 Jun 2010 18:16:41 +0200
with message-id <20100622161641.GL26114@mykerinos.kheops.frmug.org>
and subject line Re: Bug#586738: can't install because 'write changes to disk' fails
has caused the Debian Bug report #586738,
regarding can't install because 'write changes to disk' fails
to be marked as done.

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Package: debian-installer
Version: testing

attempting to install debian testing from weekly images (tried cd1 and
netinstall images)

create partitions for root home and swap

when it goes to write these changes to disk i get the error:
	"failed to create a file system"
this happens no matter which file system i attempt to use.

I have downloaded the most recent testing images and i am attempting
to install to a brand new Alienware MX-11 laptop.

I've never run into this error before so i'm not sure where to look.
because this laptop is pretty recent should i try and use a different
version of the installer?
are there ways to create my own squeeze image with the latest
installer for this purpose?

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> > This is bug #583551 hopefully fixed in e2fsprogs in unstable, and
> > failing to enter testing for 16 days because of depending packages
> > (currently blocked by util-linux).

As said above....

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