In the installation UI for CentOS7, when I manually partition a USB stick, I get the error message "There is no bootable device and no boot partition", although I have explicitly assigned a /boot as a standard (non LVM) partition. It doesn't let me get past this, and as a result I cannot install CentOS.
But, if instead I choose "Automatic Partitioning" on the USB stick, the installation proceeds without error.
Under the manual partitioning mode, I don't see any options for assigning a bootable partition. Is this a bug in Anaconda, or am I missing something here?
EDIT: The exact error is: "you have not created a bootloader stage1 target device. You have not created a bootable partition."