On 01/30/2013 11:10 AM, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Wed, 30 Jan 2013 11:00:31 -0500
Gene Czarcinski <gene(a)czarc.net> wrote:
> Much is made of the great new anaconda introduced in Fedora 18. But,
> this great new anaconda completely broke system-config-kickstart
> because old-anaconda code used but s-c-k disappeared.
> Obviously there was little or no testing of s-c-k or perhaps nobody
> uses it and/or nobody cares.
> Perhaps there needs to be a F19 Feature which either fixes it or
> eliminates this package. The current situation is just plain
* Make system-config-kickstart work again. The removal of
iw/GroupSelector.py from anaconda caused it to break. (#859928)
Good! Thank you.
Here is some unsolicited suggestions.
I only became interested in kickstart when I felt that the Fedora 18
installer was not meeting my needs. This was especially true installing
(and re-installing) test configurations into virtual systems. Taking a
look at s-c-k under Fedora 17, I believe that it mostly has the right
Two areas that should be expanded beyond what is available in the
1. File systems (and especially btrfs) and how things are configured.
2. Software selection ... more like what is available with yumex and the
add/remove software application.
Then again, at this point I just might stick with the old standard unix
tool for configuration files: a text editor.