On 5 March 2013 06:30, Brian Monroe <briancmonroe(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 7:54 PM, Brian Monroe
> I'm getting this traceback on the most recent nightly iso when I try to
> install to Hard Drive.
> File "/sbin/anaconda", line 719, in <module>
> from pyanaconda import kickstart
> File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/pyanaconda/kickstart.py", line
> 760, in <module>
> class Network(commands.network.F19_Network):
> AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'F19_Network
> Bad download? It's also taking a lot longer than usual to boot. I'll try
> redownloading an iso just incase.
Not a bad download. =( I'm guessing Anaconda had a change that
hasn't committed the object for yet? I checked our kickstart file and didn't
see a line 760 but that's assuming the one on the wiki is current. Anyone
have an iso that works to install to hard drive? I'd rather not use this
live image as it takes about 10-12 minutes just to boot.
Oh dear. That's not Jam specific, it looks like in-progress Anaconda changes.
The F18 Final TC3-equivalent ISO can still be found at
N.B. this is based on TC3:
It was TC4 that made it as the final release:
There were some final tweaks to the Fedora installer between the two.
I think the 'Reclaim space' options didn't really work and were
disabled. Also I ended up having to install grub manually, that may be
because I used manual partitioning.
If not doing automatic partitioning it's worth going to storage
options a second time and using whatever the option at the bottom left
is called (I think it's show partitions or something) to check that
grub is being installed, after that click done at the top left to go
back to the main anaconda menu. Also, automatic partitioning doesn't
seem to want to use any swap partition you already have and works best
with contiguous empty space.