I have been learning Linux from some time, I was on RHEL, i.e. Red hat, but not until recently, I started trying out other variants of Linux starting from Fedora which is also a same source from Red hat.
While installing in any mode like auto mode via VMware or with custom disk layout, I was getting the following error:
“You have not create a boot loader stage1 on target device, the target device being the VMware regular vhdd. After few searching on net, found that the new upgraded Anaconda Installer will not create the GUID Boot Partition table (which is simply a space for storing info on disk partitions) by itself.
Like the same way we create a / or /Home or /Boot, actually like how we allocate space for swap, we need to allocate the same way for BIOS Boot file system and the capacity must be restricted to 1-2 MB only, even more it does not accept, that’s all, the problem is solved.