[Bug 1575937] Re: creation of startup disk makes usb unwritable and unformattable
ibaldo at adinet.com.uy
Sat May 28 19:38:50 UTC 2016
I think that was the previous behavior in older releases.
Seems like a regression, why is it this way now instead of how it was before?
I only have one pendrive at all times with me and I always had Ubuntu in it and my files, now do I have to carry two pendrives?
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creation of startup disk makes usb unwritable and unformattable
Status in usb-creator package in Ubuntu:
Description: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
*** 0.3.2 500
500 http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial/main amd64 Packages
Steps to reproduce:
1) Insert USB
2) Launch Startup Disk Creator
3) Create bootable USB with 16.04 LTS 64-bit image
- USB is now bootable (sometimes) with Ubuntu, but:
- USB has no write capability
- USB cannot be formatted
What should happen:
-USB should be able to be used for storage as well as boot
-USB should be formattable and re-writable
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