On 01/24/2013 07:02 AM, Timothy Murphy wrote:
Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> I absolutely do not want to use the "Automatic Partioning"
>> which seems to be all I am offered.
>> Sorry, Mr Fedora, I have absolutely no idea
>> what you are going to do to my hard disk,
>> and I am not in the habit of "buying a pig in a poke".
> You need to send this complaint to the Anaconda developers. We KDE
> packagers cannot do anything about this.
Thanks for the response.
But I see eg from KDE bugzilla (http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/
Bug 902328 - Costom Disk Formatting can corrupt multiboot system
that Custom Disk Partitioning is possible on some F-18 installations
(presumably the full DVD installation).
So it seems that the KDE Live CD uses a cut-down version of Anaconda,
or perhaps does not use Anaconda at all,
since I am only offered "Automatic Partitioning"?
Live images are "special" in that the system partition type cannot be
specified since it's just going to be a dd'd (bit-for-bit) copy of
what's on the live image (ext4).