guy at linux-service.be
Sat Oct 17 16:52:58 CEST 2015
Good hint but did not work.
As I am using fai to install a minimum ubuntu and then install a oem ubuntu version with preseed I have added umount /dev/sda1 in a early command to get it working.
Is it possible that fai install does not unmout partitions or something else?
Op zaterdag 17 oktober 2015 16:17:58 schreef Kerim Gueney:
> I have had that problem myself before. AFAIK it's not directly related
> to FAI but Ubuntu's installer. At the time I asked around on their IRC
> channel and was told to boot into liveboot and delete the partitions
> manually using some partition tool (e.g. gparted) and attempt the
> install after doing so.
> On 10/17/2015 11:36 AM, linux service wrote:
> > I am installing ubuntu clients with fai using this HDD_SINGLE disk config:
> > # Standard client formatting using setup-storage
> > #
> > # <type> <mountpoint> <size> <fs type> <mount options> <misc options>
> > disk_config disk1 disklabel:msdos bootable:1
> > primary / 90% ext4 rw,relatime,errors=remount-ro
> > primary - 10% swap sw
> > After a succesfull installation, when someone wants to install ubuntu
> > with a usb stick or cd on that pc , they getting an error in their
> > installer disk config : cannot make ext4 partition.
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