Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 159140
gdm-early-login fails if firstboot rpm isn't installed
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:07 EST
Description of problem:
A bad test for /etc/sysconfig/firstboot causes gdm-early-login to exit
incorrectly. If the file doesn't exist, it falls out of the end of the
do_firstboot function with a default 'return 0' instead of doing a return 1.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Remove the firstboot rpm and reboot with gdm-early-login configured
Steps to Reproduce:
Patch against /etc/init.d scripts attached.
Created attachment 114974 [details]
works-for-me patch against gdm startup scripts
Created attachment 115040 [details]
Damn. I missed the zzz-bootup-complete script, which needs the same fix as the
Created attachment 115042 [details]
Argh. Try again...
It's definitely a Murphy day. Missed a '!' in there - not sure why I didn't see
a problme when I tested it.
we aren't supporting early boot anymore, so i'm going to close this out. Thanks
for the patch, though.