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Re: Installation plays hardball



On Friday 01 January 2010, Marko Vojinovic wrote:
> On Friday 01 January 2010 19:31:07 BeartoothHOS wrote:
> > 	I know Anaconda offers an option to *hide* LVM, but I don't
> > recall any choice to eschew it entirely. Am I just having a memory
> > lapse?
> 
> Ehmm, during the installation, at some point Anaconda will ask you how
>  you want the disk set up, and you can choose between various partition
>  layouts: default, this, that, and --- custom. So choose to create
>  custom layout, and use the GUI interface (is it called disk druid?) to
>  create all the partitions you want manually. The type of each partition
>  is at your disposal to choose ---  ext#, fat, this, that, etc...
>  Alternetively, you may create LVM volumes and partitions inside them.
>  It's all there in the GUI, and it's completely configurable. Nothing is
>  forced down on you, AFAIK.
> 
That's true. However, it *defaults* to LVM. 


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