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Description of problem:
I get an exception during an HTTP install:
AttributeError: UrlInstallMethod instance has no attribute 'switchMedia'
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. I copied the contents of each CD into a single directory. i.e., there is only one Fedora/RPMS directory and it has all (1481) the rpms from each CD in it. Add directory to Apache.
2. Install via HTTP
3. Deselect all package groups (not necessary to reproduce the fault)
4. Format file systems
5. Starting install process, then immediately get a "Exception ocurred" dialog box.
Actual Results: Stack dump appears on the screen, along with a dialog box to save it. Am unable to save to floppy (its USB, and not detected) or to a remote host (what transport is it using? I have no idea what services to enable/configure.)
Created attachment 121419 [details]
Anaconda dump file
Hmm, the repodata isn't the same right now between the ftp/http/nfs version of
the tree and the CDs. Re-running createrepo or syncing down the repodata dir
from the ftp site should workaround.
Need to fix better for test2, though.
I can confirm that a createrepo does in fact allow the install to continue.
More specifically, for those that may be having the same problem, here's what I did:
cd to http directory (the one with the repodata and Fedora directories in it)
mv repodata repodata.deathrow
cp repodata.deathrow/comps.xml repodata
createrepo -g repodata/comps.xml .
*** Bug 174330 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 174180 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Re comment #3, are you missing a step where you create a new repodata directory?
Also, it might be necessary to change the SELinux context of any new files and
directories that get created to system_u:object_r:httpd_sys_content_t.
And where did createrepo come from?
(In reply to comment #6)
> Re comment #3, are you missing a step where you create a new repodata directory?
> Also, it might be necessary to change the SELinux context of any new files and
> directories that get created to system_u:object_r:httpd_sys_content_t.
not in my case, but then i always disable selinux
(In reply to comment #7)
> And where did createrepo come from?
this was from an existing fc4 install:
$ rpm -qf `which createrepo`
Created attachment 122037 [details]
Same problem, ftp install
The same problem occurs doing an ftp install.