Description of problem:
USB stick's light starts flashing as soon as LUC is launched, and doesn't stop until LUC has been quit. So it's kinda confusing whether it's really done writing, or what it's doing while this is happening.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Insert USB stick
2. Launch LUC
3. Quit LUC
Light on USB stick flashes the entire time, with the same flashing pattern, while LUC is running, whether it's reading or writing or doing nothing to the stick (that I'm aware of). As soon as LUC is quit, the flashing stops.
Light flashes only when LUC is reading or writing to/from stick.
Microsoft has a USB installer creation tool and it doesn't behave this way in the same setup. So I'm skeptical this problem is an artifact of it being Windows running in a libvirt/virt-manager VM, but maybe it's related.
Really low priority on my list now but thanks for noticing. Seems there are some unnecessary reads worth fixing in the future.
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