I'm trying to install F26 on an i386 system with a single 119Gb SSD.
It previously had F22 installed, with a straightforward partitioning scheme:
sda1 ext4 500Mb /boot
sda2 LVM encrypted, and containing /, swap, /home
I booted off Fedora-Workstation-Live-i386-26-1.5.iso, and in the
installer, I selected:
Storage Configuration: automatic
ticked: "I would like to make additional space available"
ticked: "Encrypt my data"
I then chose an encryption password, then the "Reclaim disk space"
dialogue appeared. I selected
but the "Reclaim space" button remains greyed out
The "reclaim disk space" screen shows:
disk name filesystem reclaimable space action
----------------- ---- ---------- ----------------- ------
119.2 GiB ATA ... sda (blank) 118.94 GiB total Delete
ext4 sda1 ext4 187MiB of 500 MiB Delete
fedora sda2 LVM not resizable Delete
Free space 1.3 MiB
Ay the bottom of the screen it has:
LHS: 1 disk: 118.94 GiB reclaimable space
RHS: Total selected space to reclaim: 3.24 GiB
Installation requires a total of 5.59 GiB for system data
Then there is Cancel button and an inactive (greyed out) "Reclaim space"
Any ideas how to proceed from here?
For this install I'm happy to for the current disk contents to be
completely blown away and for Fedora to partition the whole disk as it sees fit.
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