I have a computer with several distro's incl. windows and several linux distributions. I cleaned a partition and used the non-dvd method (described in your HowTo) to place the installation on that partition (sda5). Now I would like to permanently install Sabayon there (at sda5), but at the installation at the station: "manual setup of partition", the installation program complains that the sda5 disc is busy, and exits the (graphical) installation program.
Is there a work-around, or do I have to move the iso away from sda5 to be able to install Sabayon at sda5?
Alternatively is there another way to get Sabayon installed without burning a dvd?
Last edited by lrshmm
on Wed Dec 28, 2011 8:37, edited 2 times in total.