Debian install CDROM problems
I'm installing "Vanilla" Debian from CDRs running on a Mitsumi 4x ATAPI FX400 drive. I can boot from the Vanilla CD to install but when I get to "install kernel and drivers" I get the message "CD-ROM was not mounted successfully."
Switching to the shell, I can mount CDs 2 and 3 and view their contents, but when trying to mount CD 1 I get the error "No medium found." I also cannot boot from CD1.
With a windows machine I can view CDs 2 and 3 with a DVD drive, but not CD 1.
All images were built using jigdo. I tried downloading/burning the first image directly and had the same problems.
Sounds like a CDR reading/format error, but if so why can CDs 2 and 3 be read but not 1 ?