Faith based partitioning...
rgm at htt-consult.com
Fri Dec 20 14:48:26 UTC 2013
On 12/20/2013 09:19 AM, Tom Horsley wrote:
> I see the partitioning interface still hasn't improved in f20.
> You still simply must go on faith that you might be allowed
> to make the changes you want sometime after you press a
> button labeled "Done".
> I've been installing several different distros in virtual
> machines recently, for an example of a near perfect interface
> I'd point you to opensuse (I don't really like opensuse much,
> but the partitioning interface is close to flawless).
> Instead of relying on faith, it shows you exactly what
> it would do in a summary at the top of the screen and
> has checkboxes for the most common things you'd want
> to change (separate /home or not, etc). As you click
> the checkboxes, you see exactly what the partitioning will
> look like in the summary at the top. No faith required.
Sounds close to what I have enjoyed on Centos. As I allocate the disk,
I have this nice graphic that shows me the progress. Even shows the
allocations inside of an LVM. Or at least the last time I did a Centos
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