Public bug reported:

I attempted to install Ubuntu Budgie Beta-1 recently from a live CD and
have just attempted to install the Beta-2 on my 64bit desktop. Both gave
me scary error messages which caused me to quit. I have never had these
messages with any of the many versions of Ubuntu (including Ubuntu
Budgie) that I have installed in the past.

“Failure to create swap partition” (or words to that effect)
“Failure to resize partition X” (or words to that effect) I didn’t ask resize 
anything. I have a backup but that's a very worrying message all the same.

I have three disks (2 SATA, 2 PATA), I ignore the PATA and one of the
SATA disks during installation and mount them later. The SATA disk I
install to has 3 partitions, “/”, “swap” and “/HOME”. I had only got as
far as stating that “/” should be used as Ext4, as “/” and should be
formatted when the errors happened.

I had no such problem on the single disk default configuration on my

** Affects: ubiquity (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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  Failure to create swap partition, Failure to resize partition

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