Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 178096
Cancelling upgrade should not cause a reboot
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:21 EST
We chose install, went back, it defaulted to upgrade without us noticing,
continued on, it offered a confirmation dialog at some point "Are you sure you
want to upgrade?" Clicking on cancel rebooted the machine instead of letting us
Unfortunately, it's not really possible to just go back and change things once
you get past mounting filesystems as we can't be guaranteed to be able to turn
off swap, etc
Is there a way to defer mounting the FS until the user confirms this is really
what he wants to do?
We basically have to do it as the step right after you said you wanted to
upgrade. So it would basically be "choose install vs upgrade, pop up dialog to
confirm they wanted upgrade" which is kind of silly
Can we rename the "Cancel" button to read "Reboot" so users aren't taken aback?