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I run multi-boot systems - a laptop dual-booted Windows and Fedora 17 and a workstation dual-booted Fedora 17 and 18. I just got around to installing Fedora 18 Alpha on the workstation last night, and I must say it was a struggle to complete the partitioning in the new version of Anaconda. When I do an install, I know exactly what I want to put on which partitions, and I could not for the life of me figure out how to do that in the new installer. The best I was able to get was to delete a partition - outside of the installer - and let the installer create one. And it made a /boot, a / and a swap inside that space. I already have two swap partitions - I didn't need a third.
Is there some documentation on how to drive the new installer?
[[User:Znmeb|Znmeb]] ([[User talk:Znmeb|talk]]) 21:17, 1 October 2012 (UTC)

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