Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 206701
anaconda can't find mouseconfig
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:07:27 EST
Description of problem:
When kickstarting a with "%packages --nobase", anaconda says "sh: can't find
Wouldn't it make sense for anaconda, if it assumes system-config-mouse was
installed, to *require* it to be installed? Or if not to at least test if what
it is calling is there, and if not put up a warning or otherwise bomb?
This is similar to BZ # 204797. If anaconda assumes that it is there, shouldn't
it insist that it is installed ?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
... also, authconfig should be on the "must install" list.
This is already fixed in Rawhide, and will be in the next release of RHEL.
We're not even using mouseconfig in anaconda anymore, so that's no longer a
problem. If you need this fix in an update release of RHEL, please talk to your
support representative who will escalate the problem report through the