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install/46258: sysinst doesn't work with wedges/gpt
>Synopsis: sysinst doesn't work with wedges/gpt
>Arrival-Date: Sun Mar 25 18:15:00 +0000 2012
>Originator: Julian Fagir
When trying to install gpt on a disk that has been formatted with an Apple, it
fails. It will always complain about the device being busy when trying to
create a filesystem, because you have still wedges underlying.
Killing them with dkctl, installation finishes.
Put a gpt and some partitions on a disk, try installing NetBSD.
Perhaps delete all wedges present on a disk prior to partitioning? The mbr
compatibility stuff won't be touched by that anyway, and existing gpt will be
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