I agree here. It should at least throw an error message early on so that you don't have to waste so much time and know already before copying begins that something isn't 100% right. But this odd behaviour seems to be present in Ubuntu too. I wonder if this is a bug or if they did this with a specific purpose in mind?nitraw wrote: The partition I chose for Mint was shown as FAT16. After changing it to Linux everything went as smooth as it should. My mistake must have been to create the partition for Linux in Windows.
Perhaps future Versions of the installer's partition editor should check for the correct flag in the partition table.
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