It should be possible to use such setup.
Seems like still anaconda GUI installer does not allow to provision install profile without swap.
Which version did you try this with? I installed F28 three days ago without a swap partition/LV just fine. The installer just showed me a warning.
I'm talking about rawhide version.
I've not been using LVM but only btrfs.
I am not able to reproduce the bug on rawhide with btrfs. Please, attach all files from /tmp/*log with anaconda logs.
It is not possible to attach those files because GUI installer will not allow to start installation process with /boot on btrfs.
If you are running installation from a live media, you can just grab the logs from /tmp (AFAIK). If you are using the installation-only media, you can hit Ctrl+Alt+F1 to get into console/tmux and collect the logs there -- they are in /tmp. You can use scp to get them somewhere else.
Again: without added swap it is not possible to start actual installation -> I cannot deliver install logs.
(In reply to Tomasz Kłoczko from comment #7)
> Again: without added swap it is not possible to start actual installation ->
> I cannot deliver install logs.
The logs are created at the very beginning when the installer starts and are being appended all the time. So they are there even if the "actual installation" hasn't started yet.
OK, will try do this tomorrow :)
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