Re: Fedora has a boot option that forces the installer to recognize a drive as GPT, can this be added to Ubiquity/Ubuntu?
- Date: Sun, 05 Nov 2017 19:48:30 +0100
- From: deloptes <deloptes@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Fedora has a boot option that forces the installer to recognize a drive as GPT, can this be added to Ubiquity/Ubuntu?
Indo Neh wrote:
> There is a boot option in Fedora 'inst.gpt' which forces the Fedora 26
> Anaconda installer to recognize a drive as a GPT drive for the purposes of
> the Anaconda installer setting up the drive with a GPT partition table.
> Could this somehow be added to Ubiquity as this option is useful for
> anyone who wants to set up a drive on a BIOS-based system as a GPT drive
> without having to manually partition the drive after manually setting it
> as GPT? It makes the automated drive setup (e.g. encrypted LVM setup) very
> easy and painless.
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