Description of problem: During install from liveCD, if you choose both 'encrypt whole disk' and 'create custom layout' you are never prompted for a key with which to encrypt the disk
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): Fedora 13 installer
How reproducible: I have attempted 3 installs, and this issue was displayed each time
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Boot to live cd
3.On partitioning screen, choose the 'encrypt whole disk' check box, then select 'create custom layout;
Custom layout is created, but user is never prompted for drive encryption key, and drive is not encrypted
User should be prompted for key to encrypt drive
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The process we are following is described here:
There is no "encrypt whole disk" checkbutton. It says "encrypt system" or similar, and it only applies if you choose an option other than "custom layout". Sorry for the confusion.