Updated boot.iso available for anaconda-15.25-1 karma feedback

A.J. Werkman AJ.Werkman at digifarma.nl
Wed Mar 30 13:02:48 UTC 2011

Radek came up with a solution to the ipv6 boot option problem. This 
solution however rose another question: Why is there a prefix field in 
the UI but in the boot options the ipv6 parameter does not want a 
prefix? I would think that either
- the prefix is relevant and then ipv6 boot option should accept a prefix
- it is not relevant and than the UI should not ask for the prefix.

But probably this is a different issue.

I initially thought the "bug" with the boot option could be related to 
the problem of the NM network UI to accept an ipv6 address. But I now 
think this relation isn't there.

I wil retest this when I am back home again and report back my findings 


Op 30-3-2011 15:44, James Laska schreef:
> On Wed, 2011-03-30 at 08:55 +0200, A.J. Werkman wrote:
>> I filled this bug in another setting, but I think the undelying problem
>> is the same. Bug number is 691664.
>> Are there screenshots that you want in particular? As I recall the
>> information on the screen wasn't that exciting.
> Appears that won't be needed.  It seems Radek responded already, can you
> retest with his suggestion?
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=691664#c5
> Thanks,
> James

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