Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 509024
TypeError: doLoggingSetup() takes at most 5 arguments (6 given)
Last modified: 2009-07-02 10:32:45 EDT
Description of problem: Acanconda failure when installing pungi created DVD.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Build a dvd with the spin-kickstart fedora-install-fedora.ks and try installing it.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.pungi -c fedora-install-fedora.ks --nosource --force
2.burn the DVD iso to a DVD
3.attempt to install DVD
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I think this problem is the F10 version of Bug 489709 - Anaconda error installing bootloader
Created attachment 350026 [details]
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This is fixed in F11. Thanks for the bug report.
But F10 is broken! The fix needs to be back ported.
This is likely because you are using an updated yum but the original anaconda for F10. We do not release updates for anaconda for older releases as it makes little sense, and the reasons have been rehashed in plenty of places so it's not worth discussing here again.
Shouldn't the Requires of yum then be = and not >= ?
> We do not release updates for anaconda for older releases as it makes little
It makes little sense not to release them. Respins need Anaconda updates. People do respins. FedoraUnity does them, corporate deployments do them, even some regular users do them. Please do not ignore them. Having an Anaconda update which works with the latest yum stable update is essential.
FedoraUnity does backports of specific patches. We do not have the resources available to work on the current release, the last two releases, and three releases of RHEL concurrently. Again, this has been rehashed countless times. It's not going to get done in this bug report too.
Can't you just let the FedoraUnity folks or whoever else cares about this issue push those updates? You (Anaconda developers) don't have those resources, but other people in Fedora do.