Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1017412
Installer does not let user pick components in terminal mode
Last modified: 2013-10-25 09:38:43 EDT
When using a terminal on a machine the user is ssh'ed into, we get this choice:
Select the packs you want to install:
1 [x] [Required] [Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform]
2 [x] [Red Hat JBoss Fuse Service Works]
3 [ ] [RT-Gov Client-only]
4 [x] [RT-Gov Server+Client]
5 [x] [DT-Gov run-time]
6 [x] [S-RAMP run-time]
7 [x] [Red Hat JBoss Fuse Service Works quickstarts]
8 [x] [RTGov Server quickstarts]
9 [x] [DTGov quickstarts]
10 [x] [S-RAMP quickstarts]
Press 0 to confirm your selections
Please select which packs you want to install
But the user does not seem able to make any choice other than 0, which is only a confirmation of what the installer has suggested. Note in this example I picked '1' and got back 'Invalid options'.
You should be able to make choices other than '1', since '1' is marked required, it cannot be unchosen (we decide if the user should have a new EAP laid down or not based upon the chosen install path contents.)
If you cannot, this is indeed a bug.
Closing as a bug unless Rick posts evidence of being unable to make valid selections.