Description of problem:
When installing the entitlement beta compose located here:
It does not include the subscription manager packages when doing the minimal install.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install the compose located at the link above
2. Run though the setup steps and select minimal install when asked.
python-rhsm and subscription-manager are not installed.
python-rhsm and subscription-manager are installed.
latest compose, http://download.devel.redhat.com/devel/candidate-trees/RHEL6.1-20110118.0/, has htis when you select basic server.
Verified using following setup
Beta build : http://download.devel.redhat.com/devel/candidate-trees/RHEL6.1-20110118.0/
python-rhsm and subscription manager rpm installed in basic server option
moving defect status from Modified to Verified
Please reopen this if you feel defect is not fixed
The "basic server" selection always had these packages. I'm talking about the "Minimal" selection.
This selection would be located (in the graphical install), in the selection box with the text above: "The default installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a basic server install. You can optionally select a different set of software now."
The 'minimal' option is under the 'Software Development Workstation' option.
From my minimal install:
[root@jmolet-vm4 ~]# rpm -qa | egrep "subscription|rhn"
In this beta, shouldn't the subscription manager be included in any package sets that the rhn tools are?
The issue is that subscription-manager-cli was renamed to subscription-manager, but comps.xml still had the former listed. I'll get this fixed for the next compose.
[root@jmolet-vm4 ~]# rpm -qa | grep subscription
tested as working as of rhsm compose: RHEL6.1-20110121.0