Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 697066
anaconda asks for which essid to connect to after selecting wired card
Last modified: 2012-08-07 14:32:18 EDT
Hi Guys, sorry :)
Steps to Reproduce:
0. Take a machine with both a wired nic and a wireless (tried on 2 different PCs)
1. Boot from F-15 beta netboot.iso
2. Go through the steps till the repository config
3. anaconda asks for which nic to use, it lists a wired and a wireless one
4. Pick the wired noc
5. anaconda asks for essid, lists essid's available to / see by the wireless
6. continuous happily without asking for wep key (as it is using the wired nic)
anaconda asks for essid, despite telling it to use the wired nic
(and then does not ask for the wep key, so in the end it does not use the
anaconda continues after selecting wired nic without asking for more input
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