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Bug#516393: marked as done (debian-installer: inability to unmount /hd-media causes failure errors)

Your message dated Sun, 13 Mar 2011 12:48:06 +0100
with message-id <20110313114806.GT27034@mykerinos.kheops.frmug.org>
and subject line Bug fixed in iso-scan 1.32
has caused the Debian Bug report #516393,
regarding debian-installer: inability to unmount /hd-media causes failure errors
to be marked as done.

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Package: debian-installer
Version: lenny
Severity: normal

I was doing an install off a usb stick, with the business card iso on
the media.

Every partitition with an ISO on it was mounted, but after finding that
it was not the correct installer ISO (winxp.iso, for example), it would
try to unmount and fail (busy) and spit me back to the main installer
menu (what would you like to do next?).  I could pick the same option
(looking for the installer ISO) and it would continue where it left off
(it had no trouble mounting a second or third partition on /hd-media)
and eventually it made it to sdb (the usb stick) and continued.
Annoying, and misleading to a newcomer, but has a workaround (scan

Let me know what other information you need.

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Version: 1.32

This bug is very likely to be fixed in iso-scan 1.32 as I experienced
issues like this and had to add the "-l" option to umount to avoid them.


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