On 02/12/09 18:35, Geoff Levand wrote:
These things you mention are all anaconda specific, and you may
be able to get better answers on one of the general Fedora
I've written there.
As for anaconda's text install, it doesn't allow for custom
partition layout. It uses a fixed layout. I believe 'replace
linux system' will put that layout in an existing install, but
not touch other installed systems.
I've rerun the installation and tried all possible options (I think), but none of them
took me to a
You could try VNC install which allows custom partition layouts,
or you could create new partitions and copy the installed files
I thought I read VNC is not recommended. I might try, thanks.
PS: just a couple of remarks on your notes about the network on the Post-Install
1) wlan0 has ONBOOT=yes, which might confuse things. I removed it.
2) the netowrk service does not start by default, so ONBOOT=yes on eth0 is not enough
after a reboot.
I had to install system-config-services to enable the network service (but there must be a