Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 140241
alt-d doesn't delete ntp servers in firstboot (accelerator key collision)
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:55 EST
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Description of problem:
Alt-d is listed as an accelertor for delete button the ntp setup part
of firstboot but alt-d has already been taken by the D of the Date and
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
(on an already initialised machine)
1. Log into X start a terminal and su your way to root.
2. Delete /etc/sysconfig/firstboot and start /usr/sbin/firstboot .
3. Click Next.
4. Tick "Yes, I agree to License Agreement" and click Next.
5. Switch to the Network Time Protocol tab.
6. Tick Enable Network Time Protocol and click on a server in the
listbox so that it is highlighted.
7. Notice that the D of the Delete button is underlined. Press Alt-d
to delete the highlighted server.
Switches to the Date & Time tab because the D of Date is underlined too.
Highlighted server to be deleted.
The following was output on the console:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/system-config-date/date_gui.py", line 305, in
Related to bug 134172 which is almost the same thing but for the other
Which version of system-config-date is installed ("rpm -q
system-config-date-1.7.11-1 (I think that's the only one that's been
released for FC3 outside of testing/rawhide).
fixed in CVS
fixed in system-config-date-1.7.14-0.RHEL4.1 (for en_* languages, other
languages might need their translations to be changed still).
make that system-config-date-1.7.14-0.fc3.1 for Fedora Core 3 of course