Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 61118
Anaconda fails on NFS Kickstart to Laptop
Last modified: 2005-10-31 17:00:50 EST
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Description of problem:
Anaconda failes with traceback just after getting the pretty X screen with the
RH logo. I have removed my %post section, altered the --xconfig, changed the
parts, etc. etc. In all cases, anaconda fails.
See attachements for the ks.cfg and the anacdump.txt
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Create boot floppy with bootnet.img (from CD or upgraded, no diff)
2.Create NFS kickstart file ks.cfg and add to the floppy
3. Boot up!
Actual Results: Fails just after the nice X RH logo (white bg) comes up. Fails
with anaconda traceback.
DHCP and NFS worked fine.
Expected Results: I expected it to install!
See attached files
Created attachment 48425 [details]
Kickstart config file
Created attachment 48426 [details]
Anaconda error dump
Your comps file is referencing a libtool-libs package which does not exist in
your installation tree.
So anaconda isn't smart enough to skip it with a warning? Geesh guys - you know
that all these ks.cfg files are hand edited - people are gonna make typos and
such - you can't let anaconda fail with such a non-informative message!
I'll give it another shot and see if it works w/o the libtools-lib package in