- Jan 5, 2008
I agree. The consistent result points to something the matter on your system. At this point I would suggest trying to install after a full reflash, or perhaps if you can boot a clean install of Super Zaxxon on one SD, and then install PanDebian on another. After that I'd probably be out of ideas. Could it be that you installed something to NAND that might be conflicting with the installer?I've tried up to 32GB w/ ext3. I've tried allowing the PD installer to format it, using GParted on the P to format it and formatting it on my Linux VM. No joy. I've tried a loopback file up to 3900, which was the largest it would accept. No joy. It is a bit telling that every permutation of loopback, direct, 4GB, 16GB, 64GB, ext3, FAT, ExFat, all produce the exact same results. Obviously there is something wrong with my system since it works for a few of you.