On 2016-09-21 03:25, Andrew David Wong wrote:
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On 2016-09-20 19:32, Philo Phineas Frederiksen wrote:
I'm trying to install into a preexisting encrypted btrfs partition.
One: The installer won't create /boot on encrypted btrfs. What's up with
that? My Manjaro /boot lives there, and works just fine.
I wonder if this is somehow related:
Are any of the comments on that issue helpful to you?
Yes this seems to be related.
I should have noted that the crash happens during the install process
Two: I put /boot on a USB key. Create /, /var, and /home subvolumes on the
btrfs partition, plus the use the preexisting /boot/efi partition. Plus I
unlock the swap partition... there doesn't seem to be a way to tell the install
app to use it... will it do so automatically?
No, you'd have to specify those partitions in the
installer. Normally, there should be a point in the
installation process at which you can do that, but it
sounds like the previous issue is preventing you from
reaching that point.
Then the installer crashes.
I saw something about 4.0 coming soon. Should I just wait for that?
No, it's 3.2 that's coming out soon. 4.0 is on the
horizon, but probably not soon enough that you'd
want to wait.
Andrew David Wong (Axon)
Community Manager, Qubes OS
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