Bug#247051: Package: installation-reports - laptop /lvm root
* Gordon Heydon <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-05-03 12:06]:
> I am not sure, I testing under vmware last time, this time I found a
> spare hd for my laptop that I could use, so I tested on that instead.
And the PCMCIA was not found here?
> > > 2. again when creating lvm disk pvcreate was not executed.
> > > 3. when installing on the base system the devices for the lvm was not created
> > > in the chroot'ed environment, so the kernel was unable to install.
> > Hmm, I'll investigate this tomorrow. Did you run pvcreate by hand, or
> > how did you get lvm to work if pvcreate was not run?
> Yes to get past this, I had to run pvcreate by hand, and then I was able
> to proceed with the creation of the filesystems and loading of the core
On the device you wanted to create an LVM partition on, did this
partition have an existing Linux (or something else) partition
already, or was it a fresh disk?