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I suspect it is because the mount point is owned by root, I've had that happen to me on my Chromebook Ubuntu crouton environment. Check the owner and permissions of the mount directory.


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From ShallowSky blog, Over an hour? Why so long? I wondered that, of course, so in my second attempt at flashing, once I had the serial cable plugged in, I ran ps periodically to see what it was doing. And for nearly half that time -- over 25 minutes -- what it was doing was configuring Gnome.


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I had the same issue (I/O errors as shown above) after changing SD-cards on the fly in an embedded device (Kobo eBook Reader). It would not detect the new card, its capacity, and so on and instead expect the old card to be still present. Reloading a module was not possible since the driver was built-in. device/delete or host/scan was not available. Setting ...



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