anaconda / initial-setup / gnome-initial-setup: can we do this better?
awilliam at redhat.com
Mon May 20 16:41:08 UTC 2013
On Mon, 2013-05-20 at 05:07 -0400, Martin Sivak wrote:
> It was actually intended to behave this way from the beginning. All
> the screens are shared with Anaconda (and all we have right now live
> as part of Anaconda source code).
> The hide/skip functionality is missing, but there is a proof of
> concept patch that hides all already configured screens from
> We do not have to, initial-setup is just an empty shell that can
> execute Anaconda screens (either core screens or plugins, but the API
> is Anaconda based).
Great. It's probably a bit late for Beta, but it would be awesome if we
could get it to behave as intended for final: hide unnecessary functions
and don't run unless needed (so in practice it'd only ever run to show
the user creation spoke). I guess that leaves the 'welcome / EULA'
question open - my preference would be just to ditch that at least for
non-OEM installs unless there's some kind of legal requirement for it (I
don't think there is)...
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