Description of problem:
preupgrade install from F12 to F13 locks up on "Performing Post-Installation Configuration". The rotating cursor animation was still rotating. The machine still responded to capslock. Trying to go to tty2 completely locked up the machine and the cursor animation froze. Had to reboot hard. It then booted correctly (i think, it's the first time I see it) to F13. Is there any way to determine if the upgrade is complete? Does anything need to be cleaned up after the fail?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Don't know. The upgrade seems to have completed so I can't try again.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run preupgrade from F12
Installayiion hung at "Performing Post-Installation Configuration"
Completed upgrade installation.
After reading up a bit, I know believe that preupgrade finished without problems and that anaconda later failed. Please correct me if I misunderstood this.
I'm also classing this as a severe problem as a failing install will make any new interested user abandon fedora.
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