Thomas Nielsen wrote:
I assure you - I saw it multiple times (i did not believe my eyes the
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.
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