On Sep 13, 2012, at 2:58 PM, Rick Thomas wrote:
1) It seems likely that adding a udeb for fuse-modules will allow os- prober to identify other Linux OS root partitions and get them added to the boot-loader config file... But only as long as those partitions are not LVM partitions.I have not performed definitive experiments to verify either half of this assertion, but the evidence so far does point in that direction. When can I expect the "udeb for fuse" fix to be included in an upcoming daily iso? I'll be happy to test it when it's available.
I tried a test installation with the following: Debian GNU/Linux testing "Wheezy" - Official Snapshot amd64 NETINST Binary-1 20120923-03:20 which seems to have the necessary module: $ find /mnt -name '*fuse*' -print /mnt/pool/main/f/fuse /mnt/pool/main/f/fuse/fuse-udeb_2.9.1-1_amd64.udeb /mnt/pool/main/f/fuse/libfuse2_2.9.0-2_amd64.deb /mnt/pool/main/f/fuse/libfuse2-udeb_2.9.1-1_amd64.udeb /mnt/pool/main/l/linux/fuse-modules-3.2.0-4-amd64-di_3.2.29-1_amd64.udeb However, it still doesn't find the other OS partitions...They are located in /dev/mapper/monk-root2 and /dev/mapper/monk- root3. The partition being installed to is in /dev/mapper/monk-root.
I'm attaching the (gzipped) installer logs. Rick
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