Description of problem:
I followed this test day:
and performed this test case:
I appended " 3" to the kernel options line and booted the system. The system
failed to boot into text mode and show a text-mode login prompt.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Special version of F-16 alpha:
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Append " 3" to the kernel options.
2. Boot the system.
The system doesn't present a text-mode login prompt. Instead, a "Text Mode Setup Utility 1.19.11" is shown with the following options:
- Authentication configuration
- Firewall configuration
- Keyboard configuration
- Network configuration
Pressing Escape switches to "RHGB"-like graphical boot screen, with the Fedora logo almost completely "full". Pressing Escape again, switches back to the
"Text Mode Setup Utility".
The system should present a text-mode login prompt.
Adding Adam to CC because it is his ISO image.
Adam, you probably don't want to run firstboot-text.service on the live CD...
nothing I did to cause it, I just use the stock kickstarts. It's likely this bug is in official builds too. Please check that. If it's not, then close the bug, as the test day builds have no official status and are only there for test day testing.
In any case, this isn't a systemd issue. Moving to spin-kickstarts, although could be in firstboot itself if the service file is wrong.
I tested this several times with Beta RC1 images today and couldn't hit it, but someone else was saying they didn't see a login on tty1 with a nightly. I suspect the firstboot update in the side repo for Beta is fixing it. note we're likely going to simply kill firstboot-text at least for Beta, to workaround https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=737118 . I'm gonna close this for now.