During a live image build (on F12) I noticed a nonfatal error message where
a nonexistent file is being attempted to be installed into the image.
The line in fedora-live-base.ks is:
cp $INSTALL_ROOT/usr/share/doc/HTML/readme-live-image/en_US/readme-live-image-en_US.txt $LIVE_ROOT/README
The error message is:
cp: cannot stat `/spare/tmp/imgcreate-AWLM8Y/install_root/usr/share/doc/HTML/readme-live-image/en_US/readme-live-image-en_US.txt': No such file or directory
/usr/share/doc/HTML/'s layout seems to have changed since that command was
put in. I did a little looking around, but couldn't figure out what provided
that document (if anything) or where it might be now.
After infrastructure is back up, I'll file a real bug.
On 12/08/2009 09:25 AM, Warren Togami 砥上勇 wrote:
> fedora-live-base.ks | 2 ++
> 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+)
> New commits:
> commit 2a65b84f22e7b6fc061128ab1698c26afe08a388
> Author: Warren Togami<wtogami(a)redhat.com>
> Date: Tue Dec 8 09:24:38 2009 -0500
> Print all RPMS installed during livecd-creator
> +echo "Packages within this LiveCD"
> +rpm -qa
Why do we do this on boot, and not in livecd-creator itself? Is there a
RFE/bug request I should be looking for or ...?
Once updated a system which installed using Fedora 11 based XFCE-remix
could not log-in to both local user account and root account.
error message's : 'Unable to authenticate user'