Thomas Nielsen wrote:
> Hi Stefan
> I assure you - I saw it multiple times (i did not believe my eyes the
> 1st time)
> If you just let the install go to sleep, it will freeze in the middle of
> a package install (not the same every time - depends on your mouse/keyb
> activity) if you don't touch it for a long time, it will then reboot and
> not come up.
Normally all my installations are unattended so this should have hit me
over time. It sounds rather unlikely to me, sorry.
> Simple to reproduce start an install, and await the packages to start
> copying, leave it alone. With some luck you will be able to awake the
> screen and see it is stuck, and then after quite a while it will
> continue to install as if nothing had happened.
> However, if you keep it busy with the mouse, and for sure make sure to
> use image install - that still in release gets disabled when you change
> the proposed partitioning - then it will complete nicely.
> maybe I am interpreting all this wrong, but it surely looks like a
> resume mode to me :-) but i was in deep disbelief as you.
There is nothing such as a sleep mode during installation, that wouldn't
make any sense. If it keeps happening to you in the future please open
a bug for it.
Stefan Assmann | SUSE LINUX Products GmbH
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