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Re: anaconda generates brief "Deprecation warning"



On Thu, 5 Mar 2009, Todd Denniston wrote:

> Robert P. J. Day wrote, On 03/05/2009 06:13 AM:
> >   on both of my laptops (i386 and x86_64 installs), right after
> > anaconda starts, there is a diagnostic containing the phrase
> > "Deprecation warning" that flashes up briefly before the install GUI
> > starts, and i caught a glimpse of a python script filename -- at least
> > the ".py" part.
> >
> >   1) is this a known issue?  i didn't have time to read any more.
> >
> >   2) are these diagnostics stored anywhere so they can be perused
> >      later?
>
> Some of the messages will appear in
> consoles F1, F3, F4 or F5, i.e., Ctrl-Alt-F#
> which you can switch to after X starts... I suspect this one might be hiding
> on F1 if you can get back to it before all the Xorg.log scrolls it off the
> screen.

  i know about the virtual consoles during installation, i just didn't
have the time to do anything with them before the message came and
went.

rday
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