On 3/30/07, Guido Ledermann <guido.ledermann(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
Thanks, but the effect I've mentioned is not that the I stuck in some
X-Session. The login screen appears right after the first reboot! You are
then not asked about Selinux, firewall, time, create first user etc. If you,
at that point, do a yum update and reboot, then everything works fine.
2007/3/30, Sebastian Vahl <ml(a)deadbabylon.de>:
> Am Fri, 30 Mar 2007 10:12:18 +0200
> schrieb "Guido Ledermann" <guido.ledermann(a)googlemail.com>:
> > After installing F7Test3 i386 I was not asked about Firewall, Selinux
> > etc. I could not add any user or something like that. Is that may
> > caused by this "plural" bug that also hits system-config-user when
> > you install F7 in German?
> > I have not read about this issue from our English testers, yet. Are
> > there any German installers who can validate my suspicions?
> > Sebastian, maybe?
> > Guido
> Yes. I've also seen that before (also in english version and also
> in gnome version AFAIR): After rebooting, firstboot won't start and X is
> only starting with the cross on grey ground. After hitting CTRL+ALT+DEL
> kdm shows up. When I reboot then, firstboot is starting normal.
> I guessed that this is caused by nv (there was an issue discussed
> earlier on this list). But I haven't had the time to look into this
I found this occurred when I selected Virtualization packages during
customization, but not on a subsequent install without the virtualization
packages. Updating with the first install was also painfully slow, but good
with no virtualization.