On 09/18/2011 05:27 AM, Adam Williamson wrote:
When you got to the 'where do you want to install the bootloader
screen', what did it say, exactly? (Especially in the CD test case).
With the usb install it placed the usb key into both places.
With the cd the hard drive ( sda ).
Both result in a non bootable system from harddrive.
When testing this are you using real physical hardware or VM?
This was an HP 620 I was using ( user wanted his laptop back and walked
away with F15 on it which btw installed flawlessly ).
Just out of curiosity does all hardware support booting of GPT and if so
does it require some bios config tweaks to get working?
As in can we hit scenarios when the installer detects GPT capable
hardware installs accordingly then the user cant boot because it's not
enabled in the bios config
or is installing GPT when it othewize should not?