Quoting Pete Kazmier (email@example.com): > Package: debian-installer > Version: 20101127 > Severity: normal > Tags: d-i > > When using a preconfiguration file to automate the installation of a Debian > squeeze system, the preseed statement: > > d-i partman-lvm/confirm boolean true > > does not suppress the following message as expected: > > Before the Logical Volume Manager can be configured, the current > partitioning scheme has to be written to disk. These changes cannot > be undone. > > After the Logical Volume Manager is configured, no additional changes > to the partitioning scheme of disks containing physical volumes are > allowed during the installation. Please decide if you are satisfied > with the current partitioning scheme before continuing. > > The partition tables of the following devices are changed: > Virtual disk 1 (vda) > > Write the changes to disks and configure LVM? > > <Yes> <No> > > I was able to resolve the issue by adding the following preseed statement > to my preconfiguration file: > > d-i partman-lvm/confirm_nooverwrite boolean true CC'ing Colin Watson, who introduced this confirm_nooverwrite template back in April 2010. He may have more clues than me, whether this belongs to the installation guide, who'd need to be updated or if this might be a bug in partman-lvm. I don't see this partman-lvm/confirm_nooverwrite being used anywhere in partman-lvm....it is just registered in partman-lvm init script.
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