Today I was trying to install Debian Jessie (8.6 20160917 15:03), using netinstall ISO, Live CD ISO (on usb device) and network boot install.
But every time, after create all partitions the installer ask for a cd rom on /media/cdrom and get stuck there.
Any hint on this problem? I don't know wath to do.
Using a live cd install, I follow this steps:
- Click on Application Launcher
- Execute "Install Debian Jessie"
- Select a Language: English
- Select your location: Other - South America - Chile
- Configure Locales: United States - en_US.UTF-8
- Configure the keymap: Latin America
- Detect network hardware - Load firmware for Realtek device - No (I tried with the realtek firmware on an USB device but it not detect it)
- Configure the network: eth0 (same result with wlan0)
- Set the machine and domain name
- Set root password
- Set user and password
- Configure the clock: Santiago
- Partition Schema:
- sda5 ext2 /boot
- sda6 LVM
- ext4 /home
- ext4 swap
- ext4 /
At this point I got this message:
/media/cdrom/: Please insert the disc labeled 'Debian GNU/Linux 8 Jessie - Official Snapshot amd64 LIVE/INSTALL Binary 20160917-15:03' in the drive '/media/cdrom' and press enter.
UPDATE I just skip the internet connection settings and install the defaults "CD-ROM" packages. Then update the sources.list file with some jessie repositories and did an update
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade