was about to consider installing the XFCE live CD locally for the sake of seeing how things are in Fedora these days, I failed rather quickly: I just do have one data partition (which should hold "/") available for Fedora installation, and I didn't manage to find a viable file system to use:
- Choosing "ext4" (default) makes the installer complain something like "a boot partition can't be ext4 formatted". Installation cannot be completed.
- Likewise, choosing "ext3" makes the installer complain that the Live CD is using a different file system (ext4) which I should choose. Again, installation can't be completed.
Is there any meaningful thing that can be done about this? Sounds like a somewhat peculiar situation to me... :/
Thanks in advance and all the best,