On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 03:32:55PM +0200, Jos Vos wrote:
Note that my install now fails when installing the kernel, because
grub2-install can not be found. I have to find out if this is an
user error (I only included @Base in my test install DVD) or that
this is something more serious. If the kernel needs grub2-install,
it should Requires(post) that, isn't it? It obviously doesn't...
I was partly wrong here. This failure was not due to the kernel's
%post, but anaconda couldn't find grub2-install for its final step.
It seems that I need to add grub2 manually to the pungi config file,
which also pulls in the grub2-tools, file, and file-libs packages.
Then it all works fine.
Is this expected behavior or should grub2 maybe be part of @Base?
-- Jos Vos <jos(a)xos.nl>
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