I have a complicated situation where I can't install Fedora using the graphical installer.
I have been using the following partition setup on Ubuntu for a number of years:
/dev/sda1: VFAT EFI partition.
/dev/sda4: BTRFS Linux Boot partition.
/dev/sda5: LUKS Encrypted Disk
/dev/sda5is an LVM volume group with with two logical volumes:
/dev/mapper/vg-root: A BTRFS partition.
/dev/mapper/vg-swap: A swap partition.
I have two subvolumes on
@: my root subvolume, which will be mounted at
@home: my home subvolume, which will be mounted at
For my purposes, this layout makes a lot of sense and works well.
The graphical Anaconda won't let me use my BTRFS subvolume for
/, so I can't use it to install.
I have tried to use kickstarter to install things, but I can't because it won't let me install to preexisting LVM LVs, you can't specify
Failing all of this, is there a straightforward way to install Fedora Workstation into a specific local directory, which happens to be a bunch of mount points in the right places? I don't mind setting up fstab and crypttab and the like, I just want to install Fedora, $#@!