On Friday 14 July 2006 05:21, Jiann-Ming Su wrote: > Thanks for the tip! I went through the installation process again, > but this time I wasn't prompted to select which kernel to install. > I've seen this type of behavior on Debian installation processes in > the past. Strange. The installer can work on 4 different "priority" levels (same as debconf on an installed system): - critical: only most essential questions are shown - high: the default mode - medium: some additional questions are shown (including kernel selection) and the main installation menu is shown between each step - low: same as "expert" mode, all possible questions are shown Default installation is "high", but if an error occurs, the priority is automatically lowered to medium. I think that is what probably happened.
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