On Mon, 03.03.14 10:13, Bill Nottingham (notting(a)redhat.com) wrote:
Luya Tshimbalanga (luya(a)fedoraproject.org) said:
> >As for "on LVM" ... I am not convinced LVM adds any gains on
> >workstation especially if the workstation is a laptop.
> Is it possible for the installer to detect if the machine is either a laptop
> or a desktop? That was LWM could be disabled by default.
Of course, that value comes from the firmware. You want to trust firmware
This tends to be a better source for information like this:
And since Windows cares for this bit it even tends to be reliable to
hostnamed exposes a "Chassis" property on the bus (and hostnamectl will
show you this), which looks for both of this files and allows users to
override this file.
That said, it sounds like a horrible hack to make use of this for
turning on/off LVM.
Quite frankly, I am pretty sure LVM has no place on non-servers, and should
not be offered by the desktop installer.
Lennart Poettering, Red Hat