Created attachment 584926 [details]
Description of problem:
F17 Final TC6 (anaconda 17.27) warns that this is a pre-release version of Fedora. It must not be present in a final release.
I know we've had a bug about this already this cycle. anaconda is no longer responsible for this setting - it's a flag passed to pungi when the tree is built. rel-eng just needs to use the right flags.
Confirmed that the warning is gone from the DVD and netinst (both i386 and x86_64). Haven't checked the Lives.
IIRC I have seen the warning with PXE boot and with Live images.
As clumens says, there's no packaging issue here, it's simply a switch releng flips when building images.
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I have checked DVD, netinst and kernel pair for RC1 (both architectures), there is no pre-release warning. I still have to check Live images.
I have checked RC1 Live images (both archs) as well, no pre-release warning. Closing bug.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Confirmed that the warning is gone from the DVD and netinst (both i386 and
> x86_64). Haven't checked the Lives.
Sorry, should have said that I was referring to RC1 (not TC6 which still had them).
TC composes are considered pre releases so they get the betanag turned on. its only final RC images where we turn it off