Created attachment 461437 [details]
This is the output file from storage.log while running liveinst -d
Description of problem:
Anaconda does not list any partitions on a sd card. Also you cannot select
the partitions from an sd card (mmcblk0p?)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot off Fedora 14 live usb
2. Run liveinst (make sure you have an sd card in the computer :-) )
Be able to install Fedora 14 on a sd card
blkid says that mmcblk0 contains an ext3 filesystem. Since mmcblk0p1 also exists there must be evidence of both a partition table and an ext3 filesystem on the device. Reassigning to blkid...
blkid does not check for collision between partition table and filesystem. The device should be properly partitioned/formatted to avoid ambivalent probing results.
Please, use the wipefs(8) command to remove the filesystem from the device or use parted(8) to remove the partition table from the device.
(I'm not sure what is expected on the device -- you can also zeroize whole device by dd(1) or cat /dev/zero > <device>. Be careful to not lost any data.)
That's strange that anaconda does not allow to clean up the device.
Please, reopen if you're able to reproduce this problem on Fedora 16 or Fedora 17. Thanks.