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Re: Creating an ext 2 image update



Hi joel, I believe you are right, I'm probably using a different version
of anaconda with my RHEL5u2 installation. The problem is how do I solve
this? I wish to test the newest anaconda in SVN (which is the one I'm
editing), but to test anaconda, I need a working RHEL. To which RHEL
does this anaconda relate to (if there is one)? Is it possible for me to
test this new anaconda on RHEL5u2, which is the one I'm using to
install?

Thank you,

On Thu, 2008-08-07 at 16:03 +0200, Joel Andres Granados wrote:
> Arthur Rodrigo Sawazachi Valadares wrote:
> > Hi Joel, I was doing something just like that. But this is what I'm
> > still getting, after using your method as well:
> > I created the image with $./mkimage /tmp yuminstall.py
> > and I copied the /tmp/ud.img to the http server.
> > Then I booted RHEL with updates=HTTPPATH/ud.img.
> > Got this after setting the NFS path on installer:
> > 
> > Traceback (most recent call last):
> >   File "/usr/bin/anaconda", line 895, in ?
> >     from yuminstall import YumBackend
> >   File "/tmp/updates/yuminstall.py", line 21, in ?
> >     from errors import *
> 
> ^^^ it tell you that the error is in your yuminstall.py in line 21.  This means that the updates thing is working but your file has something fishy in it.
> 
> 
> Comments:
>  - be sure not to mix different files from different anacondas.  if your working with a rhel5 anaconda use the yuminstall from rhel5.
>    even the subversion is important.
>  - do a pylint check before anything.
>  - add all the files that you changed.
> 
> Hope it helps.
> 



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