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Description of problem:
I had forgotten about this until I just tried to copy over the boot.iso to my
burner, and noticed that the name was -T. When creating the boot.iso, the -V is
used immediately followed by -T. -V should be followed by the volume name or label.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a boot.iso using mk-images.i386 or take a look at the prebuilt one in
the images/ directory.
Expected Results: boot.iso should have a name other than -T
Created attachment 95169 [details]
Patch to give boot.iso a meaningful name
Did something similar (but used $PRODUCT so that it's not hard-coded)
This worked to a point. It now says PRODUCTSTR instead of -T ;o)
Created attachment 95741 [details]
Patch to use only double quotes for $PRODUCTSTR
Thanks, applied. As might be obvious by now, the not having a runroot
case doesn't really get tested by me very often
Yes, it is obvious you only use runroot ;o)
This works for me on FC2 test1, so I'll close it. Be prepared for an
onslaught of other anaconda bugs I'll be filing later...