Description of problem:
After Workstation network installation of 21_Alpha_TC6 reboot to multiuser.target.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
once the symlink is changed boots to graphical.
Please attach the log files from /tmp (or /var/log/anaconda on the installed system) to this bug.
hrm, the only real obvious way I can see this differing on armv7hl is if:
618 # XXX one day this might need to account for anaconda's display mode
619 if ts.dbMatch("provides", 'service(graphical-login)').count() a nd \
620 ts.dbMatch('provides', 'xorg-x11-server-Xorg').count() and \
621 not flags.usevnc:
622 # We only manipulate the ksdata. The symlink is made later
623 # during the config write out.
624 self.data.xconfig.startX = True
i guess the question is if service(graphical-login) is provided by something installed?
The other question would be whether the installation happened graphically. If you requested text during the install, we give you text afterwards, too.
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the logs files attached are from a VNC install, but this also occured with text installation.
looks like both text and vnc will result in multi-user.target, and only the full graphical install will result in graphical.target, so i guess it's expected behaviour.
vnc should get graphical.target, probably. Good news! It's not arm-specific. Text mode is behaving correctly, though.
Actually, thinking about it a bit more I think I'd rather just leave things the way they are. Installing via VNC usually implies a lack of access to a real console, so installing via VNC and expecting a graphical login at the end is kind of a weird use case. Also the usevnc exception in the block of code that Kyle posted has been there for at least three Fedora releases and this is the first complaint.
indeed, i'm fine with it, as long as it's expected and consistent.