Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 419351
Boot images missing in the 'Everything' tree.
Last modified: 2014-03-16 23:11:45 EDT
Description of problem:
The 'Everything' directory tree is missing the installation images (boot.iso,
To be specific (example on one of the mirrors):
I do see
I do NOT see
The same applies to releases/8/Everything/i386/os/images
For the other platforms I lack the knowledge to asses if they are missing there too.
How reproducible: 100% always, all mirrors.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Just check the above mentioned URLs and notice that it is missing.
No such directory
Directory with boot images
Manually copy the 'images' directory from the Fedora tree.
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AFAIK, this is intentional - boot images are in the 'spin' tree (Fedora) only.
Hmmm, very strange to make a choice to intentionally leave something out that is required to boot the installation (like the pxe images).
If this is an intentional choice then close this. I still consider this something that needs a workaround if you want to actually use this repository.
The "Everything" tree is just a repo. To start the installation, you'd need the install images from the Fedora spin, or any other spin one might want to do.