Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 432009
More than one encrypted partition during install crashes before finish
Last modified: 2008-02-20 11:15:37 EST
I tried installing Fedora 9 Alpha from the publicly provided DVD. The
installation went fine with the default partitioning. Then I tried a new
partition scheme with various partitions and only /home encrypted, that worked
When I tried a new partition scheme, having swap, root and home encrypted, I got
the error in the screen shot attached.
The error occurs at the end of installation, while "Installing bootloader".
Sorry if I could not copy the full bug report on the GTK window, but the test
install was run inside a VirtualBox machine, and I could not find a way to copy,
so I had to screen shot the tty.
Created attachment 294349 [details]
grubyDiskName error in the console
An addition, here is the full partition scheme:
/dev/sda1 = /boot 100MB
/dev/sda2 = / 5G
/dev/sda3 = swap 1G
/dev/sda5 = /home 2G
The problem is triggered by the use of an encrypted regular partition for the
This should be fixed in rawhide once booty is rebuilt.