Created attachment 758650 [details]
Journalctl from the emergency mode
Description of problem:
When trying to boot Fedora 19 Beta from USB to install it, it fails after having selected install at its boot up menu and switches to emergency mode.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 19 Beta
Choose install fedora option at boot.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Download x86_64 iso from http://fedoraproject.org/get-prerelease and verify integrity
2. Put it onto usb using unetbootin
3. Boot from usb and when menu comes up, select Install option
Goes into emergency mode.
Starts installation procedures.
My first try with Fedora coming from Ubuntu :) Therefore also my first bug report here, hope I am doing this in a helpful manner!
Created attachment 758651 [details]
The sosreport generated by the emergency mode.
In case it is relevant, the full path to the distro version I used, the "Install Media" version at the top:
Okay, tested it on another computer with the same result.
Then tried out the Fedora 19 Beta Desktop Live Media version:
which allowed me to actually install Fedora after a reboot, the grub error: no such partition stopped me from actually using Fedora.
Tried to install Fedora 18 then, install worked but grub refused to boot. I came as far as being able to boot into Win XP, but Fedora is nowhere to be seen. I know that people are using Fedora very succesfully, I also know that Ubuntu installed without any issues, so I am curious as to what happened here.
So far, neither with Fedora 18 or 19 do I get a running Fedora system, strangely.
Does this problem still occur with the released version of Fedora 19 or Fedora 20?