Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 435219
anaconda can't handle URL with port
Last modified: 2008-03-14 11:52:10 EDT
I'm trying to install from a HTTP server running on port 8080 (e.g.
http://server:8080/path/to/rawhide/), and it causes anaconda to segfault:
loader received SIGSEGV! Backtrace:
install existed abnormally [1/1]
It is easy to reproduce with any regular (port 80) HTTP mirror, just use
Weird; I added some debugging to loader2/urls.c, and I can see it splitting on
the ":" okay. The call is as it should be, gethostbyname("server") (without the
port). The first time through urlinstStartTransfer (looking for updates.img)
works okay, but the second (looking for product.img) is when it crashes.
Peter fixed something on Friday which could impact this, but we should
definitely make sure it's fixed for the beta
Nope, still broken. Moving to block beta (although I'm going to look at it here
in a few minutes)
Works for me, at least with the naive test (http://host:80/path/to/tree).
I'm going to close the bug - Chris, please give it another shot and feel free to
reopen if it doesn't work for your setup.