Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 136358
Error Partitioning: Could not allocate requested partitions
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:52 EST
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Description of problem:
Here is the error message I get on my laptop after telling it to
remove the existing Linux partitions and automatically partition:
Could not allocate requested partitions:
Unsatisfied partition request
New Part Request - mountpoint: None uniqueID: 6
type: physical volume (LVM) format: 1 badblocks: None
device: None drive: ['hda'] primary: None
size: 0 grow: 1 maxsize: None
start: None end: None migrate: None origfstype: None.
The error is occurring on an IBM Thinkpad T41 model number 2479-DKU.
FC2 installed without a problem and has served me well.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Reboot using DVD
Actual Results: See above
Expected Results: Not what you see above.
The model number of the laptop is 2379-DKU, not 2479-DKU as I
This should be fixed post-test3.
Installed today (Oct 24) , I think this is the same problem.
I chose automatic partitioning, remove all linux partitions, then hit
Could not allocate request partitions:
requested FilesystemType needs a flag that is not available.
This is on a ibook though.