fb modules should only be loaded manually and not by udev.
have you tried the latest linuxtag isos too?
No only tried 2007.05 Duke. Certainly, udev (or something else but I bet it was udev) loaded my framebuffer module because i had a huge resolution for my console exactly after install.
Got a new harddisk. Partitioned it so that sda6 would be my Arch partition. The old disk was connected to the system, where hdb6 was my home for my current Arch (located at hdb5).
I selected in the installer sda6 as / and went with it. Long story short: I now got a brand new Arch install located at hdb6. Luckily I backed up in advance.
makes me wonder you have hdx devices but sdx was presented to you in dialog, normally you have either sdx or hdx. Did you use ide-legacy mode to install?
I just booted the FTP base iso and ran arch-setup.
I have a new sata disk and my old ata disk connected. The installer detected both without any special action on my part. It let me choose mountpoints from a list where all the partitions from both disks were listed.
Inspecting the install at hdb6 shows that fstab actually has the entry for / at sda6....
Again, because the installer showed me both disks I simply selected sda6 and went with it.
ahhh, install environment places ide before sata thats the reason for your problem, check the sizes of the disks before and the names, then such stuff doesn't happen.
install environment treats devices each time the same, first ide then scsi then sata.
locking this thread now please continue with new isos on this thread:
http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php? … 98#p271098