Description of Problem:
When I get to the partitioning options screen in the installer, only drive
hdc is shown as an option to partition. This despite the fact that drives
hdb and sda are recognized by kudzu.
Completely, on my system.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install normally, selecting 'custom install.'
2. Get warnings about 'unable to align partition properly.' Click to
3. Select 'automatic partitioning'
4. See that only one hard drive is available.
 This is because hdc was formatted incorrectly at one point, such that
hda is mounted and not hda1.
Only one hard drive is available.
All three hard drives are selectable for formatting/installation.
As per the recommendation of jeremy katz, I queried kudzu, which reports
(correctly) that three HDs are installed on the system. The drives are also
mountable without messing with modules, etc., so I'm assuming the kernel is
set up correctly.
P.S. If you don't have friends at RH it'd be hard to know that installer
bugs should be filed under anaconda. I'd recommend creating another product
in the bugzilla named 'installer' with the same owner, QA contact, etc. as
anaconda or better yet renaming the anaconda product 'installer [anaconda]'
Hrm. I'm going to suggest closing the bug; it appears that the problem was that
I clicked 'cancel' instead of 'ignore'. Perhaps that error dialogue should be
re-written to make it more clear what the impact of the two choices will be.
We (Red Hat) should really try to fix this before next release.
There is a component called 'installer'. It has the same owner and QA contact
We're in a screen freeze at the moment, we'll have to change this screen in the