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I've been running elementary OS alongside Mac OS for a few years now on my Macbook Pro 2016. Now Odin is out, I decided to erase my disk to get rid of Mac OS and go 100% elementary, but I've found some trouble with the new installer. After I click on delete full disk and install, I get a "no enough space" message. Trying to solve it, I decided to go the "custom install" route.

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GParted gives the following error (note that the snapshot here was taken on the live mode just because I forgot to take it while trying to install. Despite the error, Files recognized the disk). I ignored the error so could see my partitions and deleted all of them, creating a new one for Odin.

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But despite of it, the installer does not show the partitions or even the disk

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Note that I've checked that both Ubuntu 20.04 and 21.04 recognize the disk correctly, so it seems that this could be the new installer's fault.

Edit: it seem it's a bug.

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Did you find a solution? I have the same problem. Macbook Pro 2017.

Best regards, Alexander

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