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Description of problem:
Bad: I was using a previous disk overlay from the Fisher Beta and
reformatted all partitions. When the install started, a pop-up appeared
and stated something to the effect "Not enough space for install on /usr.
Space needed 164M" After hitting OK, the system popped up a bug report
and I wrote it to floppy.
Steps to Reproduce:
Target system is a Dell Inspiron 5000e P3-750 with 256 megs of RAM and ATI
Rage Mobility 128w/16 megs of RAM.
1. Select Disk Druid for install.
2. 20 gig hard drive with the following partitions:
Mount Point Device Requested Actual Type
/mnt/win hda1 15607M 15607M Win95 FAT32
/boot hda5 22M 22M Linux native
<Swap> hda6 516M 516M Linux Swap
/ hda7 1387M 1387M Linux native
/tmp hda8 516M 516M Linux native
/usr hda9 1026M 1026M Linux native
3. Next get a pop-up about the partition containing the kernel is above
the 1024 cylinder limit. It appears that this systems BIOS supports
booting from above this limit. (I've never had a problem booting from
above the 1024 cyl limit).
Results from anacdump.txt:
Traceback (innermost last):
File "/var/tmp/anaconda-7.1//usr/lib/anaconda/iw/progress_gui.py", line
19, in run
rc = self.todo.doInstall ()
File "/var/tmp/anaconda-7.1//usr/lib/anaconda/todo.py", line 1925, in
File "/var/tmp/anaconda-7.1//usr/lib/anaconda/fstab.py", line 632, in
isys.umount(mntPoint, removeDir = 0)
.py", line 134, in umount
raise ValueError, "isys.umount() can only umount by mount point"
ValueError: isys.umount() can only umount by mount point
Local variables in innermost frame:
Created attachment 19750 [details]
The bug report dump as written by the installation.
Did you make a mount point for your FAT partition?
I did create a mount point for my FAT partition and called it /mnt/win. I have
noticed in subsequent installations that the install crashes when I do this.
Yes, this is a known problem. A workaround is to not set a mount point for the
FAT partition in the installer and add it to your /etc/fstab file later.
This is a dupe of bug #38448
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 38448 ***
The strange thing is, though, I just tried this on my test machine, and it works
fine. I can set mount points for the two Windows partitions and the install
finishes normally and I can access those partitions after rebooting.