Hello all,

I've also tested below procedure to see if there's any impacts on
resizing "non-NVMe" devices by using the mini.iso enabling the installer
to fetch necessarry components from -proposed.

Here's the mini.iso URL I've tested:
http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/xenial-proposed/main/installer-
amd64/20101020ubuntu451.18/images/netboot/mini.iso

Test phases:

1. Created a QEMU-KVM virtual machine with qcow2 formatted IDE BUS disk 
(/dev/sda)
2.I installed a Ubuntu 16.04 system on that qemu-kvm virtual machine via 
passing "apt-setup/proposed=true" value to the installers boot parameters 
without problem. I also used guided partitioning on the disks and continued 
with the installation.
3. I ensured that the VM is working without problems after installation.
4. I rebooted the VM with that mini.iso again with the same 
"apt-setup/proposed=true" parameter value to the ubuntu installer and resized 
the disk succesfully to an another size. Installed the system again on the new 
partitions without problems.
5. Ensured that the VM is working without problems after installation.

-
Aydin

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