UnboundLocalError: local variable name referenced before assignment
in /usr/lib/anaconda/language.py line 204
from a Raw Hide kickstart, anaconda-10.2.0.33
relevant i18n stuff from kickstart config was:
langsupport --default=en_GB.UTF8 en_GB.UTF8
Thanks for the bug report. I fixed this on HEAD yesterday and it will be in the
next anaconda build.
Now I get a traceback at:
language.py, line 143 in getLangNameByNick
language.py:147 in getLangNameByNick
also had a blue screen at some point with
"(null): Requires an SELinux enabled kernel"
printed across the middle.
Working on it. For your future reference, you've got a typo. It should be
en_GB.UTF-8. Note the dash. That won't yet allow you to get around this
exception, but it will in the near future when I'm done.
Ah OK, great. But please don't abuse the bug states ;) "MODIFIED" means "I've
fixed this and you can verify that by testing *this* RPM, not "I'm working on
this now and I'll fix it soon hopefully if I don't get run over by a bus/pulled
on to some other task in the mean time", which is what ASSIGNED is for.
Okay, just committed another fix into HEAD and we have an anaconda build going.
Try tomorrow's Rawhide out and see if it works for you.
The selinux message is unrelated and should be filed as a separate bug.