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Description of problem:
ssh'd to a machine here and running Kadischi with the --graphical switch, brings up the Anaconda window and I choose my language, English. Click forward and it says: "An error occurred when attempting to load an installer interface component.
className = KeyboardWindow"
So I click exit, and in the shell I'm in I also see this:
*** running anaconda ***
Probing for video card: S3 Inc. 86c325 [ViRGE]
Probing for monitor type: Unknown monitor
Starting graphical installation...
No module named firstboot_module_window
*** anaconda has finished the job ***
The Anaconda parts are "No module named firstboot_module_window".
The rest of that output is what Kadischi would say.
So I'm imagining this wasn't supposed to happen, though Anaconda runs under text mode just fine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. kadischi --graphical /pub/development /tmp/rawhide00.iso
2. Anaconda graphical windows appear.
3. Choose Language, click Next.
Actual Results: The module firstboot_module_window caused Anaconda to produce an error.
Expected Results: Graphical install of LiveCD should have continued, and finish correctly.
This however isn't special to this setup, I do not believe.
No additional information at this time.
Does your stage2 tree have /usr/share/firstboot/firstboot_module_window.py in it?
Yes, stage2.img has this module, I looked into this further and upon discovering
firstboot_module_window.py belongs to firstboot package and
firstboot_gui_window.py is deprecated I suppose this isn't an Anaconda issue
I did however discover /usr/lib/anaconda/iw/package_gui.py was in stage2.img but
not on disk though I do have anaconda-10.91.8-1 package installed, which is in
fact an update from 10.91.7-1. Maybe this bug report is relevant after all?
I just updated Anaconda to 10.91.11-1 and package_gui.py is now present.
I know this is a mundane sort of "bug", but surely this file was supposed to be
Looks like it is fixed.
I'll be sure to report any other anomalies I find!
Thanks for your time.