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Description of problem:
Installing lilo with a kickstart, installs it with a default lilo.conf file,
which includes this line:
However, said file is owned by the redhat-logos packages. If you don't install
that rpm, and the file is not present, lilo will refuse to install with the
Fatal: open /boot/message: No such file or directory
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install redhat with a kickstart that specificly excludes the redhat-logos
2. Install lilo
Actual Results: After installation, there is no lilo installed and linux will
refuse to start.
Expected Results: Lilo / Anaconda should not install the message line in the
lilo.conf if the messagefile is not there, or lilo-[...].rpm should Depend on
Fixed in CVS to only put the message line there if the image exists.
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