So i booted the live CD, checked that my hardware was ok, the graphic driver was nvidia and hdma intel sound worked fine.
So i launched the instalation from the graphical session. It failed almost immediatly, the error message complaiend about the nvidia driver that apparently cannot be used during the instalation.
So i rebooted and asked for the text instalation.
Then i reahced the partitionning step, i was given no chance to partition myslef our to affect the partitions myself.
I had 3 choices : use all the disk, replace an existing linux system (which one ??) or use free space.
I have a linux mint system (that i want to keep till sabayon works), 2 paritions with lot of data (music, photos etc ..)
and one free parititon that contained ubuntu.
So i rebooted again and erased the ubuntu partition , turning it into free space.,
I rebooted and started the text mode installer, at the partition step i asked to use free space (60Gigas)
and the script told me that not enough space was available.
How is it that unlike 100% of the distribution we are not given the possibility to affect the disk space as we want ?
Do I use the wrong installer ?
I m quite lost