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Description of problem:
Initial boot asks for the method and the only NFS option is "NFS Image", the current anaconda is only supporting "NFS tree" method, which does not appear.
After selecting "NFS Image" the network screens come up and DHCP initialization appears to work correctly.
Entering the local NFS tree path information fails with a signal 11 (consistently)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. use boot.iso from rawhide images
2. select "NFS Image"
3. enter local rawhide tree information
Actual Results: Consistently get a signal 11 crash
Expected Results: I expected an installation dialogue using the NFS Tree I specified
RealTec on-board NIC works fine under rawhide, and DHCP reports a good IP assignment. Can't get more fine-grained info without some advice on how to do so.
I experience the same signal 11 crash with today's (Sept 16th) rawhide on my
opteron, as soon as nfs mount of the x86_64 rawhide tree is attempted.
<Alt-F3> last two lines are:
going to do nfsGetSetup
mounting nfs path serve.riede.org:/pub/fedora/devel
loader: segfault at 0000000000000000 rip 0000000000476540 rsp
00007fffffe4f878 error 4
(the rsp value varies between attempts, everything else is invariant)
And before someone says that signal 11 is often hardware - I checked that by
running memtest86+ v1.60 for an hour - stable, error free.
Fixed earlier today :)