I am trying to test UCS community on a machine that is not able to boot from a GPT formatted hard disk, so I have to use MBR.
As long as UCS will be installed with other test systems, I will have to put it on an extended partition.
It happens that, for something very odd, UCS installation program is not able to recognize, in the properly way, my hard disk, while other linux distros (Slackware, Ubuntu for instance) do.
Simply the system, after I tried the expert or MBR installation mode, stops after trying to write the partition table, claiming it is not able to do that.
I tried to pre-prepare the extended partition using gparted, hoping that UCS installator will be able to just write in its data, but no way: always the program tries to write the partition table, so ending always in error.
Maybe I forget something, but is there a way to just write UCS installaton data in some partition without writing again the partition table?
Thank you all for any help