If I am creating a new partition table, then calamares allows me to not install the bootloader, but if I have a pre-existing partition table then I have no choice but to install the bootloader.
is it possible in anyway to disable the installation of a bootloader?
Are you suggesting that I should ask the calamares’s developers regarding this issue?
It sounds like some sort of bug, so yes.
I see, yeah maybe, I noticed the same thing with other distros as well.
According to a user, I have to first set the mountpoints, only then I can get the option to not install the bootloader.
Who also happen to be our forum admin @joekamprad
Oh lol I didn’t even know it was him, how did you know he gave me the solution though? Did you check the github issues?
on GitHub i still use an very old historic username, but you could see it: