Yevgeniy's picture

When installing I can not repartition the drive manually.

I'm creating a new partition table on the disk.



Create the first partition.



After that I can not change it, such as changing the type of file system or mount point.

Jeremy Davis's picture

My guess is that not many people use this option... I have just tested it and confirmed this bug. See the issue I just lodged on the TKL Issue Tracker.

A workaround may be to use the live part of the TKL ISO/CD/USB to launch fdisk and manually configure your partitions then re-run the TKL installer (although I haven't tested that and perhaps you may run into the same issue).

Even if that doesn't work, you may be able to manually install from the commandline of the live system. I have recently done this myself and it worked quite well. I'll try to dig up my notes and post back (please feel free to post back and give me a nudge if you don't hear back soon...)

Yevgeniy's picture

If the disc is repartition LiveCD or in, such as Debian, anyway, I can not change anything from the installer.

I encountered this problem when installing over an installed TKL DC. I could not keep /home mount.

Sorry for my bad English

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