Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1028887
[Desktop][gnome-initial-setup] - "Add" account form in "Online Account" page showing nothing but a "Cancel" button only
Last modified: 2015-06-29 08:52:10 EDT
Created attachment 822300 [details]
Add account form missing relevant fields
Description of problem:
in gnome-initial-setup, Add account form in online Account page showing just Cancel button only. No form or other fields are showing. In case the prerequisite for adding online account not met by user, even in that case, it should show some proper message or if it met, it should appear with a correct form with relevant fields to fill up by user to create an online account on existing cloud.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install F20 (Heisenbug) TC6
2. Login as any normal user
3. run the command : LANG=en_US.UTF-8 /usr/libxec/gnome-initial-setup --force-new-user
4. Go up to "Online Account" Page
5. Click on "Add Account" button.
6. Observe the form appearing.
Add Account form only contains a "Cancel" button, rest is just blank.
It should produce a proper form with relevant field, or some relevant message for the user, in case the current prerequisite for adding an account is not met by the system.
screen shot attached.
Applicable for all the other locales as it affected the en_US as well.
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