Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 965561
Anaconda in text mode doesn't inform user that new username could not be created.
Last modified: 2014-07-31 05:12:47 EDT
Description of problem:
If username is not created for some reason, anaconda should inform after the installation.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start installation in text mode
2. create new user, as FULL name enter 'j/ohn', or 'root'
3. Finish installation
Writing network configuration
Running post-installation scripts
Installation complete. Please return to quit
Anaconda should warn when username wasn't created. The reason should be also mentioned.
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I hit it in graphical:
Bug 967245 - CRIT anaconda: Error when creating new user: name contains non-ASCII characters
Mark as DUP if appropriate.
I hit another variant:
Bug 968451 - ERR anaconda: User root already exists, not creating. (reject username 'root' in 'User Creation' screen)
The bugs in comment 9 and comment 10 should be fixed now. Patch posted for original issue in comment 0.
Patch pushed, commit 77233bf78a576b3b0bf94208847cdafd7fadab2d in master.
Fixed in F21, so closing.