Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1016755
SW selection fails to refresh when you change installation ISO
Last modified: 2014-07-18 14:48:28 EDT
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select an ISO file in the Installation Source spoke, for example one for Workstation
2. Click Done, go to the Software Selection spoke, review the environments and add-ons
3. Go back to the Installation Source spoke, select a different ISO, for example one for Server
2. Go to the Software Selection spoke again, review the environments and add-ons
The list of environments and add-ons is not updated
Refresh contents of an ISO file properly every time an ISO file is loaded, possibly even an image with identical name but in a different folder etc.
Please retest with a snapshot release if possible. There are multiple commits since this bug was reported that mention refreshing the software spoke, so it's very possible we have fixed this problem. Thanks.
I checked it in 19.31.68-1
The scenario as described above seems to be fixed. When a source (a different ISO in this case) is changed, a warning appears at the SW Selection spoke: "Source changed - please verify"
However, I found a couple of other issues:
i) When I set up a first inst. source, the SW selection spoke displayed a warning "Nothing selected". But when I clicked the spoke, "Minimal install" was selected.
ii) I've got two ISOs in one directory (Server,Workstation). When I switch between them in the Inst. Source spoke, I consistently get the "Error setting up ISO file" subtitle message, which is black rather than red. However, the SW selection spoke updates as expected.
Then, if I go back to select an ISO, the label of the "Choose an ISO" button is blank. When I click the button and select the same ISO file and click Done, then the message changes to the name of the ISO file as expected.
Closing per comment #2. Original problem resolved. New problems require new bug reports.