Re: wheezy drive recognition?
Quoting Gene Heskett (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> On Thursday 16 April 2015 12:02:23 David Wright wrote:
> > Quoting Gene Heskett (email@example.com):
> > > And one other question: Can the installer deal with a drive that
> > > has no partition table on it? I know for a fact that as it stands
> > > for wheezy, that it will not accept, even if it can see it, another
> > > partitioners partition tables. It absolutely has to write its own
> > > table and nothing a human can concoct will ever suit it. Frankly,
> > > debian needs to get an alaskan divorce from whatever its called and
> > > use gparted and be done with it.
> > I don't know the expression "alaskan divorce". Could it be where you
> > walk from the divorce court straight back to the registry office to
> > get re-married?
> Aw gee, that expression is at least 30 years older than the internet!
> Told poorly, but that is the classic definition of an Alaskan Divorce.
Well I typed alaskan into urbandictionary but didn't dare click on
any of the suggestions below!
But my guess was a hint that Debian won't be getting rid of parted just yet.