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Re: No waiting to press ENTER on f12 alpha install



On 08/26/2009 03:38 PM, Scott Robbins wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 05:49:19AM -0400, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>>
>>   i just burned a copy of f12a, popped it into a gateway mx7120
>> laptop, saw the isolinux line, then a line that read something like:
>>
>> "press ENTER to continue the installation"
>>
>> but in less than a second, that line disappeared and the install
>> process carried on.  why no wait until i press ENTER?  or perhaps at
>> least a longer timeout?
> 
> If you're talking about the place to add entries like askmethod,
> selinux=0 or things like that, which used to be put in at that line,
> there should be another place where you see the options, install or
> upgrade, rescue an installed system, and errm, something else which
> escapes me, where it also says hit tab for further options or something
> similar.  If you hit tab there, you can add such entrs at the end of
> the kernel line.  For example, if the last words in the kernel line are
> rhgb quiet, hit tab, which puts you at the end (where you can see the
> rhgb quiet), and add your options there.  (Without the word linux, so
> that it would look like)
> 
> ....rhgb quiet selinux=0
> 
> And NOT
> 
> ...rhgb quiet linux selinux=0
> 
> 
> Note that right now, some of the options, such as askmethod, aren't
> working yet.  (To be fixed in the next anaconda iteration, I believe.).

Quick reminder. RFE and bugs can be better tracked in bugzilla.Please
report them there. The anaconda team developers are  not necessarily
reading the mails here.

Rahul


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