Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 189634
Installation is not as clean as prior editions.
Last modified: 2008-04-24 10:56:16 EDT
Description of problem:
INstallation options do not "stick" in text based mode.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Download FC5 from mirrors. Check SHA, burn to CD, check CD with FC5 cd media
2.unselect everything- every package. Install webserver (all options), MySQL
(all but devl), text based net tools, and that is it.
3. Upon install- X.org is installed, nmap, etc.
Installation is not as clean as prior editions. No help (concerning what the
package is - yes sometimes even I forget with the thousands of packages).
Packages that are not intended to be installed are installed.
The packages that were selected should be installed, packages that were not
selected should not be installed, and dep check should give a chance to go back
Dell Latitude CSx, 128M ram, 11G HD, 10/100 PCMCIA nic
I have been using RH/FC since 1999.
Created attachment 128104 [details]
instal log, anaconda-ks
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We have started using yum now. this should not be an issue. Moreover kickstart
files suppoert groups and add/remove individual packages.
If you see the this issue in current fedora releases, please reopen this bug.