The "Back" button used in the "firstboot" utility is not working properly. It is often disabled, and if it is enabled, pressing it has no effect. Consequently, during Subscription Management Registration, clicking "Back" does not return you to the previous panel. If you want to go back, enter an invalid server or invalid credentials and click "Done". After this, either an "Unable to reach the server" dialog or an "Unable to register the system" dialog appears at the top of the initial "firstboot" panel. Dismiss the error dialog, and choose the "No, I prefer to register at a later time" option.
Created attachment 951702 [details]
Back button upon pressing takes you nowhere
Description of problem:
firstboot: after registration is complete if you click on back button,it takes you nowhere
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
[root@localhost ~]# subscription-manager version
server type: Red Hat Subscription Management
subscription management server: 0.9.26.3-1
subscription management rules: 5.11
Steps to Reproduce:
2.register with manually attach check box checked
3.after registration is successful click on back button
takes you nowhere
should take you first page
I am trying to close just about all firstboot bugs, but in this case I kind of think something needs to be done.
I believe what we're seeing here is the result of us being the only remaining firstboot module. Because there's no other module to go back to, it does nothing.
Ideally it should just let you "re-start" our module. I'm worried this is a firstboot problem itself, which is unmaintained now, but we should investigate and see if there's anything we can do.
*** Bug 1159936 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Hide the back button when we are done?
In case the typo in user name/password or http address, the 'Back' button still don't work.
Please see the attached screen-shot.
Created attachment 964069 [details]
Back button don't work in firstboot of Subscription Management Registration page
firstboot module is being replaced with an initial-setup module in 7.2+
As stated in comment 12, first boot has been replaced; new bugs should be reported against subscription-manager-initial-setup-addon.