On 10/31/19 23:43, Tim via users wrote:
You could go back to gparted, and remove your partitions, making it
That is what the Anaconda installerwanted. I created a new "1 TB"
partition wit gparted and then it went without any problems.It just
popped up the Complete notice, next to reboot on the new installation on
sata1, I use separate droves for different versions, sata2 has F-30
upgraded on it, and there is another drive, I forget what is there.
I don't know that Fedora 31 will get much use anyway but I have to give
it a try. This is Fedora 29 and works best for my needs, unfortunately
it will no longer be supported by Fedora a few weeks. It is the last
that permits running a version of Thunderbird for which there is a
working add-on "Tonequilla" that allows me to have voice messages
associated with message filters. I can be working downstairs and hear
when a message arrives from a particular source/user for which I long
ago created voice announcements. That and the white text on black are
essential requirements for me. I found themes that take care of the text
color scheme and most likely that will continue to work Well, Fedora 31
is installed and dnf upgrade done, next to reconfigure things to do what
I want. That generally takes a few days. Upgrading pretty much
eliminates that effort but I wanted to change things enough so the
effort seems justified.
Thanks to everyone for the help,
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA