In disk druid, after creating a couple of raid partitions and a raid0
partition out of them, I decided to change the set of partitions assigned
to swap, so I selected the swap partition and chose `edit'. I couldn't
make the changes effective because `Ok' (or whatever that button is) would
complain that a mount point was missing. In fact, the mount point wasn't
marked as `<Swap partition>' as it was when I chose `Linux swap' while
creating the partition.
were you able to "delete" the raid device itself after creation and re-create it
using "Make Raid device" (this time using "swap" as the partition type)...
Yes, that worked. Please note that I *had* initially created it as a swap
partition, it was Edit that didn't notice that.
verified ... choosing to "Edit" an already existing raid device (swap partition)
does NOT fill the mount point with "<Swap Partition>" text, and fails as
described above ... thanks for your report!
Fixed in internal development tree, needs testing please.
this issue is not resolved in the qa0116.0 test tree ...
verified fix in qa0116.2 test tree ...