Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 29714
Wolverine Expert Mode Installation Problem
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:31:47 EDT
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Failure to identify any scsi cd installation drives (even after booting from them) if expert mode is selected, but scsi subsystem is seen after the
ide boot drive. Full graphic auto mode with update finds it properly. After using the F2 key to add the scsi controller (adaptec 2940UW), it
continued to allow me to only choose a hard drive as the storage location of the iso images, even though it did now show one of the scsi hard
drives as well as the original ide drive. The scsi cdrom was not recognized even though it booted the installation disc, it would only recognize
the ide hard drives as the source of the installation files.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Bootable SCSI CDROM drive boot the installation disk. Select expert mode installation
2. Normal booting device is the ide0 primary drive. Add a scsi controller with the F2 key
3. Additional (SCSI) drives now show up, but SCSI CDROMs do not (two of them and neither appears)
Actual Results: SCSI CDROM(s) were not offered as the source of the installation disks even though scsi drives appeared after adding the
Expected Results: Allow selection of SCSI cdrom(s) as the source drive for the installation to continue from
No error....just could not proceed with installation or update
I think this issue is fixed, assigning to developer.
This should be fixed internally.