Firstly, I'd like to say that I'm really enjoying Solus so far. Its a good fit for me, someone who more or less knows what he's doing - just confident enough to bork my system every now and again. The problems I had during install weren't insurmountable, but there were some issues I had with LVM which I haven't encountered before.
I'm used to having LVM problems during installs, so I wasn't surprised that I wasn't able to install to preexisting LVs. So, my plan was to wipe my current LVs, let Solus do its own LVM thing and then make the changes that I needed to change after the install. The installer couldn't delete my existing VG, though, so I went to do it manually, and this is where things got a bit unusual. Problem is that whenever I was asked a y/n question during the process, "no" was always automatically answered and so it would stop. It did this on lvremove, vgremove, etc. I eventually got around this by using --force.
I thought this might just be some sort of 'feature in the live environment, but even on my current install, 'n' is always automatically answered whenever I'm asked for confirmation in one of the the LVM tools.
So I guess my question is... is this by design? I've never come across this before, and if there's some way that I can turn this off, that would be great - it is making working with LVMs a bit of a pain.