Cause: kabi-whitelist was renamed in RHEL6.5 to kernel-abi-whitelist. This package name changed is handled via yum and rpm with a %obsoletes and %provides kabi-whitelist to ensure the correct upgrade path works, however the hwcert-client test suite checks only the rpm name so it did not follow this.
All runs of the info test in the hwcert-client test suite will prompt the user that kabi-whitelist is not installed and ask if they want to attempt to install it. This will always fail to install as the kabi-whitelist package has been replaced. So the user will continue to receive this problem. After pressing No the info test will properly review the abi when necessary and pass/fail correctly.
The runtime requires in the info test for the kabi-whitelist package name has been removed and a clear error message has been added when the whitelist cannot be located.
Info runs that do not require the whitelist will work correctly and never prompt the user to install the whitelist package. Info runs that require the whitelist but do not have it installed will inform the user that they need to install it and then fail the info test. Info runs that require the whitelist but do have it installed will correctly perform the abi comparison and pass/fail as appropriate.