Description of problem:
Installed RHEL7 this morning. Rebooted. First boot process asks me if I'd like to register.
There is no apparent way to read or agree to these terms provided.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
7.2 x86_64 was the only test.
It happened once, did not re-install to re-test.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install RHEL 7.2 from ISO
3. Step thru setup process, attempt to register with RedHat login & passwd.
Could not register; had to back out of registration screen and opt to register later.
If asked and recommended to register, when user agrees to register it should allow the user to register. If reading and agreeing to terms is required, then these terms should be provided at that point so that registration does not fail.
This is the desktop installer, not server; not sure if that makes a difference.
The registration screen in Firstboot is provided by the Subscription Manager plugin, so reassigning to Subscription Manager.
Re-installed to check a different bug.
Realised that the warning message about not having accepted the license is actually a button, to go and read the license.
Didn't look like a button. My bad.