[Maverick] Installer

Basil Chupin blchupin at iinet.net.au
Fri Oct 1 04:25:28 UTC 2010

On 01/10/2010 13:14, NoOp wrote:
> On 09/30/2010 07:47 PM, NoOp wrote:
>> On 09/30/2010 06:42 PM, NoOp wrote:
>>> I resized my Lucid partition&  left a 20Gb unallocated section (from a
>>> previous Maverick install) available to install/reinstall Maverick.
>>> Using the Sept 29 daily Maverick liveCD (which has changed considerably
>>> from previous versions) I select 'Install alongside other operating
>>> systems'&  the shows that my lucid is only 143.1GB (it's 173GB) and the
>>> target /dev/sda6 is 30.2GB (it's only 20GB).
>>> At this point I abort because I think that the installer is also picking
>>> up the unallocated&  Win7 recovery partitions&  5.9GB swap. If this is
>>> the case then it's a pretty dangerous situation. I'll dig into it in
>>> more detail tomorrow, but is anyone else seeing the same?
>>> /dev/sda
>>>   /dev/sda1 ntfs 208MB
>>>   /dev/sda2 ntfs 104857MB (Win7)
>>>   free space     2033MB
>>>   /deb/sda5 ext4 173236MB (this is my lucid)
>>>   free space     20975MB (this is the old maverick test partion)
>>>   /dev/sda6 swap 5969MB
>>>   /dev/sda3 ntfs 12788MB (Win7 recovery)
>>> I can of course manually install to 'free space 20975MB', but the
>>> differences in the 'Install alongside other operating systems' concerns
>>> me. Why would it want to shrink my sda5?
>> And... silly me, I forgot to add that there is no sign of wireless once
>> I installed on the new partion. Previous Maverick had wireless working
>> just fine (but it was an lucid to maverick update so perhaps that is the
>> reason). Boot to the lucid partition&  wireless is working from the
>> out-of-the-box install. Sigh..SOS... but we've now even more Ubuntu One
>> defaults&  that should make things much better, eh?
> OK, I'll stop blogging... wifi works *if* you boot to Win7, enable wifi
> there, and then boot back to Maverick. Interesting that if you boot to
> lucid and do the same it doesn't work. Obviously it's not bios or Win7
> that's holding up the wifi detection as otherwise it wouldn't work in
> lucid on the same machine.
> Same Old S#$% from previous installs whereby this *still isn't* fixed.
> If I get ambitious tomorrow I'll try to find the bug for this. Good luck
> to all in the next 10.10 days...

Pretty obvious that none of the devs have wifi installed on their 
computers to be able to test this........


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