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User-Agent: Mozilla/4.77 [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.19-6.2.10smp i686)
Description of problem:
I compared the packages actually installed in an "everything" install with
full list, and I see 92 language-related packages that are not installed,
kernels and X servers and X fonts that don't apply to me. Fair enough, I
specified only en to be installed. But, I also see 6 uninstalled packages
do not appear to be language-related, at least according to their RPM info:
Why are these not installed in an "everything" install? If the reason is
language-related, it should be included in the rpm description.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Do an "everything" install, but specify only "en"
2. Don't find packages listed above, though they are not language-related,
are they not related to my system.
Actual Results: Packages listed were omitted.
Expected Results: They should have been installed.
Additional info: Originally reported in bug 55609.
These packages were included for Chinese, Japanese, Korean support etc., a few
of those were only included because they were required by the new packages. This
is why they weren't installed through anaconda.