On 07/04/18 00:11, Peter Flynn wrote:
On 06/04/18 08:55, Chris Green wrote:
On Thu, Apr 05, 2018 at 08:14:55PM +0100, Peter Flynn wrote:
(Also, I did not know if I should remove the stick before reboot after
Most distributions explicitly ask you after the "Restart Now" button,
something like "Please remove the installation media and press Enter" or
something similar. I thought Xubuntu was among them...maybe not 18
No, I've seen this 'problem' as well when installing Xubuntu, I've
never seen a "remove the installation medium" message and have to
guess when to take it out. Often I get back to the installation
screen and have to remove the USB stick and reboot.
Mint certainly has it because I installed a copy the other day and there
it was right at the end before the reboot. I was pretty certain Xubuntu
had it, but I may just be wrong; and I think I've seen it in
RedHat-based systems too. It certainly makes sense: I can't imagine why
it wouldn't be there.
We have it.
I've seen it, and I do boot our iso's really regularly - though it can
take a long time to appear.
That said I just rebuilt our iso's following an update to fontconfig
(which was causing long boot time on live-session and for the 1st login
post-install) and the remove media message turned up in a normal(ish) time.
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