Re: stuck at Debian's text installer numerical Software Selection menu
- Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2018 05:54:02 -0700
- From: Alan Tu <8libra@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: stuck at Debian's text installer numerical Software Selection menu
John, I do enjoy giving back by documenting and reporting bugs.
Is there some way, at least theoretically, that you know of to get the
text installer to record the output and the responses it think its
receiving? There's going to be an issue if the media is read-only and
it can't write files, that's why I say "at least theoretically".
I know that if an installation is successful, one can do
to get all the variables but I was hoping for something a little more
low level. Thanks.
On 4/30/18, john doe <johndoe65534@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 4/30/2018 12:01 PM, Alan Tu wrote:
>> Thanks John for confirming how things are supposed to work, that helps
>> because it narrows things down and I don't need to wonder what is the
>> correct way. In MIPS it turns out choices 10 11 is the default.
>> Problem averted/bypassed.
>> We're not going to solve it here, but its still weird. Entering 10 11
>> on x86 is the first thing I tried, and gnome and the rest were still
>> installed. The text installer is weird, sometimes I enter number,
>> Enter and am asked the same question again.
> Looks like a bug , are you experiencing the same behavior with an older
> For testing purposes I would check if it is fixed in the below link and
> reported if needed:
> John Doe