[Anaconda-devel] Re: the possibility to detect /home subvolume if fedora with default partition layout is detected.

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On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 8:01 AM Jiri Konecny <jkonecny@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dne 18. 01. 22 v 10:44 Jiri Konecny napsal(a):
> > Hi,
> >
> > more precisely you have to go to the Custom Partitioning, create your
> > partitioning which could be to add existing partitions from the
> > previous installation and uncheck "Reformat" checkbox for your home
> > partition. Precise steps depends on your target partitioning and your
> > current one. Please backup your data first, it's pretty easy to erase
> > your data this way by checking something incorrectly.
> >
> > No, you have to create a new user. Your username and password are not
> > part of the /home partition, these are stored in the root ('/') and
> > that partition has to be reformated but all your data should stay
> > there and work with the new user.
> >
> > I don't have experience with the Orca so I can't tell but the new UI
> > should be able to run the installation from a web browser of your
> > choice. I think we browsers should have support for the Orca these
> > days and the support should be much better than what we have in
> > Anaconda. We can check the Orca support but ideally when there will be
> > something for testing we would love to hear your feedback if the web
> > UI will work for you or not.
> Just a note, I asked about this issue a Cockpit developer and Anaconda
> new web UI should support the accessibility correctly because we will be
> using PatterFly which has this correctly set by default.
> We have to make sure that there are all pieces correctly set in the ISO
> but other than that it should be fine.

Patternfly doesn't automatically guarantee accessibility. You still
have to design and test to make sure it works properly with
accessibility tools.

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