Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 200431
%packages in anaconda-ks.cfg aren't right
Last modified: 2014-03-16 23:00:53 EDT
Created attachment 133178 [details]
Created attachment 133179 [details]
I note also that 'repo' lines aren't written to anaconda-ks.cfg; in this case,
Perhaps the use of an addtional repo is one reason the %packages is wrong?
I can't believe this made it into RHEL 5 with all the hype.
This happened to me twice now on RHEL 5 installs. One desktop and one server.
This is from my resulting kickstart:
That's bad. Not even @base is there!
notting - Is this better in the F7 test releases? I've done some fixes on this
This should now be better in all cases. ISO image install method %packages
sections won't be written out correctly in test 4, but should be okay for final.
Created attachment 156616 [details]
install.log from F7
Here's an install.log from F7. DVD-based install.
Created attachment 156617 [details]
anaconda-ks.cfg from F7
... and the corresponding anaconda-ks.cfg
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Based on the date this bug was created, it appears to have been reported
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Thank-you for the reply. I honestly believe that this was resolved. I checked
w/ a FC8 installation and the kickstart file that was left behind appeared to be OK.
If I determine that it was not resolved correctly, I will reopen a bug report.