Description of problem:
If I disable cleaning. (config_opts['clean'] = False) then mock never builds a
chroot complaining that it couldn't find "useradd"
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
every time I set config_opts['clean'] is set ot False.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.remove the default build chroot (ie. fedora-8-i386)
2.set config_opts['clean'] to false
3.run mock --init
ERROR: Could not find useradd in chroot, maybe the install failed?
it to build the chroot.
From looking at the log it seems that mock is trying to do an update instead of
the 'groupinstall buildsys-build' command specified in the config file.
The reason seems to be a check in backend.py on line 252 where a check to see if
the "chroot was cleaned" and if not, it overrides the setup command to update.
This check should be if "chroot was cleaned" and "chroot setup".
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