Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 70107
last screen still refers to rhn_register
Last modified: 2015-01-07 18:58:18 EST
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Description of problem:
In up2date, the last screen upon registering at RHN still tells the user to run
"rhn_register" if he wishes to register later. That program no longer exists.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Limbo beta2 - unmodified
Think I've got all this stuff cleaned up now. grep -ri seems
to agree with me.
I'm sure I've only missed another two or three cases...
Hmmm, can't verify this with 2.9.38 because it doesn't let me reach the last
page. On the overview page which lists the packages that have been upgraded, the
"Forward" button doesn't work.
This could also be a new bug, though. "Back" works and returns me to the
previous page (Installation of packages, 100%, All Finished.) Clicking "Forward"
there gives an RPM error (packages already installed). Someone from QA should
play a bit with the program.
fixed in 2.9.40
Still the case with (null):
$ rpm -qa 'up2date*'
With up2date-2.9.57-1, I'm still getting the message that I'm to run
'rhn_register' if I wish to register.
Same with up2date-3.0.7-1 from Phoebe beta.
Last version of this string removed, and in theory, the server
side shouldn't do it anymore either. 3.1.12 or higher.
Also, in new versions a symlink called "rhn_register" does exist
With up2date-3.1.15-7, this string is still appearing in the gui.gladestrings
file, but the symlink is present as well, so I don't really consider it a problem.