Installing the new Kali Linux 2016 rolling release to the HDD via USB.
I made a bootable USB using Universal USB. Booted off the USB and selected "Graphical Install", I had an issue at the beginning with the install prompting that it cannot find the data in the CDROM, I pulled the USB and waited 30 seconds, plugged it in waited 30 seconds then plugged it in and it allowed me to continue through the install.
I enabled LVM and went through that whole process once it was done it went to the next step which is "Install the system" at this point I get the error
Debootstrap Error Failed to determine the codename for the release
At this point I cannot go further in the installation. I went back to the "Debian installer menu" and executed a shell. With that shell I tried to mount the USB to /cdrom using "mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /cdrom" which I found on a Debian forum. I receive the following error "mounting /dev/sdb1 on /cdrom failed: no such file or directory" I then try to mkdir CDROM, but it states it already exists. sdb1 is my USB according to "mount"
I am not sure what to do at this point. Any advice would be great. Thanks.