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Description of problem:
The preinstall script for the lvm2 package requires /bin/uname but
this is not listed as a Prerequisite.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install lvm2 package on a system with /bin/uname not present (e.g.
installing the whole OS from scratch using RPM or YUM instead of Anaconda)
Actual Results: lvm2 preinstall script fails with following error:
/var/tmp/rpm-tmp.98345: line 1: /bin/uname: No such file or directory
You need to be running a 2.6 kernel to install lvm2.
error: %pre(lvm2-2.00.25-1) scriptlet failed, exit status 1
error: install: %pre scriptlet failed (2), skipping lvm2-2.00.25-1
Expected Results: The coreutils package contains /bin/uname - if the
package was specified in the installation list this should be
reordered to install first, otherwise the installation of lvm2 should
fail citing a dependency failure.
This test is a workaround to stop people from attempting to install
the lvm2 RPM (outside anaconda) if they might be running LVM1 during
the install. I have an updated version of the test using bash
built-ins instead of /bin/uname.
Let's leave things as they are currently, without using /bin/uname.
If people do still find problems, I'll reinstate an internal bash
version of the test.
Closing for now.