On Tue, 2020-09-01 at 19:15 -0700, John M. Harris Jr wrote:
> On Tuesday, September 1, 2020 1:22:26 PM MST Michael Catanzaro wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We currently have a bug where the Online Accounts page in initial setup
> > is nonfunctional.  This doesn't violate any current release
> > criterion, but surely we don't want to release with a broken initial
> > setup experience. So let's add a new requirement for that. How about
> > something like:
> > "If an initial setup utility is run or intended to be run after the
> > first boot of the installed system, then it must start successfully and
> > each page or panel of the initial setup utility should withstand a
> > basic functionality test."
> > OK that's pretty basic, but it gets the point across. I think this can
> > be a final requirement, not necessarily important enough to be a beta
> > requirement. Bikeshed away!
> >  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1870476
> I would like to report a bug with the first boot experience:
> Upon installing a new GNOME system, I'm accosted with a dialog asking me
> questions about the system I just finished configuring in Anaconda. Is
> there something in Anaconda I'm missing to disable this behavior, or do
> I have to write my own kickstart to fix that?
You can use the "fistboot --disable" command if you are installing via
That should disable all post installation setup tools (Initial Setup, Gnome
I'm aware, I use kickstarts for the RHEL systems I deploy at work, but was
hoping there'd be some option in the GUI for the graphical variants. It gets
very annoying very quickly. ;)
John M. Harris, Jr.