I did not have that problem on a Toshiba Satellite S103 machine.... the
install went without a hitch.
There were a couple of "minor" problems (incorrect text in the "show
details" while booting up... but that was it.
I also did a clean install, removing/formatting all Linux partitions.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Todd Booher
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2003 7:54 PM
Subject: Same firstboot bug as test 2
Just installed test 3 and you still lose the cursor on the firstboot
screen. The workaround is to change to terminal 1 and then back to
terminal 7 and the mouse works again.
This was a clean install of test 3 on an IBM T30 thinkpad.
I'll update the bug in bugzilla.
This is definitely a showstopper for new users as they will have no
idea to switch terminals.
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