random device order for SATA and USB breaks install
I try to autoinstall lenny (using beta2) but about 30% of the time the USB
device that i boot the installer from gets detected before the SATA disk
that I want to install to.
As a result the USB device becomes /dev/sda and the installation target
Needless to say that this breaks all kinds of things including grub
installation. (Overwriting my installer-usb-stick. :-( )
Is there any way to avoid this? e.g. a kernel option that would delay the
loading of the usb module until the SATA devices are scanned and enumerated?
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