Bug#410710: installation-report: Should allow creation of lvm volumes in expert mode
Frans Pop <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Monday 12 February 2007 20:02, Frank Küster wrote:
>> - The only thing that annoyed me is that there was no (obvious) way to
>> get lvm set up, yet still configure the sizes of my partitions
>> manually (I need much larger /var than usual for pbuilder stuff,
>> apt-proxy cache etc.)
> If you use "manual" partitioning you can use any size you like for any
> partition both inside and outside LVM. See the installation guide for
> additional instructions.
Well, I must have been blind: I just didn't find anything in the
"manual partitioning" screen that looked like it would allow me to
create lvm volumes. But I must admit that I did not read that part of
the installation guide in advance (and didn't have an other connected
machine at hand at the moment).
"I must have been blind" is obviously not a bug in the installer.
>> - It would be great if the installer showed the current hardware time
>> when it asks "is the hardware clock set to UTC?", because I didn't
>> know and gave the wrong answer.
> Problem is that showing the clock without any way to correct the time if
> it is wrong is rather meaningless. As a workaround to check the system
> time, you can switch to VT4 which shows syslog and includes timestamps.
Yes, that's also right, thanks.
Dr. Frank Küster
Single Molecule Spectroscopy, Protein Folding @ Inst. f. Biochemie, Univ. Zürich
Debian Developer (teTeX/TeXLive)