Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 46789
You can't make a new partition with diskdruid if you don't chose mountpoint
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:34:20 EDT
Description of Problem:
I wanted to make some new ext3-partitions with diskdruid at the end of my
disk. After deleting necessary partitions I created a / - partition. Then
I wanted to create a new partition which I didn't want to have mounted,
but diskdruid forced me to select mount-point. As long as I have a valid
partition for my /, I think this should be possible.
Just assign a bogus mountpoint to these partitions.
I do not want to relax the requirement otherwise alot of users forget to mount
the partitions they are creating.