I've been trying to install Fedora on my laptop since ... last night. I tried the instructions from this page.
But I got an error saying
local variable 'e' was referenced before... ( my memory fades)
I think it was because I already had at least 3 primary partitions( I didn't really notice that then nor I ever cared to look at before).
After fiddling with Windows Disk Management (using mmc), I managed to have a 300GB big unallocated space with 3 other primary partitions.
This time I was able to create either swap or /boot. But then again I hit the "local variable 'e' was referenced..." error. Again, I think it was because of the number of primary partitions.
But in a document ( I think it was the official reference but I can't find the exact location anymore ), it said that I need unallocated partition to be able to install Fedora. (I was reading somewhere around here
So I'm confused and banging my head against this wall.
How do I install Fedora on my machine alongside Windows 10 ?
Is the second photo an actual bug that has not been addressed ?
See also Yes, Fedora supports installing into logical partitions inside an extended partition. from Ask Fedora