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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Installer doesn't reboot: Failed unmounting cdrom.mount

    @him610

    I'm not sure why a KVM instance would reference a non-existent cdrom drive. Above, I acknowledged that with the particular options I'm passing, virt-install is treating it as a cdrom. But,...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Installer doesn't reboot: Failed unmounting cdrom.mount

    @MAFoElffen

    The same exact behavior is present regardless of whether I plug in a physical USB drive to a physical machine or use the --location option in a VM.

    The location option with the...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Installer doesn't reboot: Failed unmounting cdrom.mount

    I've encountered this with the daily build of 24.04 downloaded on April 7, 2024. But the same exact behavior has been observed on my 22.04.3 ISO.

    Regarding the ISO being treated as a cdrom image,...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Installer doesn't reboot: Failed unmounting cdrom.mount

    I should also note that most of the machines I work with these days don't even have a physical CD drive, and even when they do, I never use it for installation media (or at all, tbh). I use USB flash...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Installer doesn't reboot: Failed unmounting cdrom.mount

    Thanks for the response.

    Personally, I do not care for using VNC either. My preference is to SSH into the VM and not even use serial consoles, though I usually build them anyway as a backup plan....
  6. [ubuntu] Installer doesn't reboot: Failed unmounting cdrom.mount

    Hello all. I've been working with Ubuntu Server for a while now and have been mildly annoyed by one issue during install.

    On both physical and virtual machines, when installing from a USB drive,...
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