I understand your view regarding XFS.
About the mouse issue, with whom should I follow up with a bug report?
That one isn't going away... I also saw the same problem with
Kanotix and Ubuntu live CDs, but I settled on installing Etch because
I wanted absolutely no compatibility issues with Debian's 15k packages.
So it's probably an upstream problem that isn't getting fixed any time
But no time like the present to get the wheels rolling...
From: Frans Pop [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 9:31 AM
To: Frank P. Hart; email@example.com
Subject: Re: Bug#411443: installation-reports
On Monday 19 February 2007 07:16, Frank P. Hart wrote:
> PS/2 mouse (MS Wheel Mouse Optical) not working when
> a Belkin OmniView E Series KVM is present. Works when directly
> plugged in... odd...
This is not really an installer issue. Can't really help with that.
> Pre-installation search on 3ware performance issues led me to use XFS
> for the / partition. I also noted that the installer wanted to
> install LILO, citing compatibility issues with Grub. However, since a
> lot of folks wind up building and installing a kernel at some point,
> Grub is a better fit. So for those who install wishing to use XFS on
> a single partition, I suggest instead that the installer suggest a
> small /boot partition in ext3 (eliminating the Grub-XFS issues), with
> the rest of the installation in XFS. That's what I ended up doing.
Well, XFS is not a default choice. If you really want to use XFS, manual
partitioning is probably the best option anyway to setup things as you
want them. It's pretty hard to support your suggestion in Guided
partitioning and I doubt that it is worth the effort.
Best would be if XFS support in grub would finally be fixed...
Closing your report as that installation was successful. Thank you for
filing the report and good luck with your new system.