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when I run the installer all my mount points get set to /media/sda... or /media/sdb... including / and /boot that were set up in fedora. The only mount points which ...
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    when I run the installer all my mount points get set to /media/sda... or /media/sdb...
    including / and /boot that were set up in fedora. The only mount points which stay are swap.

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    you already created partitions. during installation, in partition section, select Manual Partitioning. point / (root) and /boot to partitions you created. partition for /boot should be around 100 MB.




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    the fact that the "/" and "/boot" were created during the Fedora installation and are currently used by FC5 cant the same "/" and "/boot" be used during the ubuntu install.

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    No ! you can't use same / and /boot of Fedora. you have to format these partitions first.




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