Cant figure this one out.
Been using Linux for 6 years and have not used Arch during that time.
During the install, I partition my HHD using cfdisk using this strategy
disk1 /boot ext3
disk3 /tmp reiser
disk5 /usr/src reiser
disk6 / reiser
disk7 /home reiser
When I'm all done partitioning and want to set mount points, it starts swap, then mounts /, then /tmp, then comes up and says Abort Installation? Yes No. I put No and it brings up the same question and Yes drops me to the command prompt. I cant re run setup and must reboot.
Any ideas why this is happening?
Ok, figured this one out...
Cant use /tmp. Already mounted :-P...
I just included that into my / and it seems to work now..
As a note, by default, Arch uses tmpfs and a RAM-based temporary filesystem.
As a second note, thought it may not work during the install, you can always put /tmp on a separate partition after the installer completes.