On Wed, 2013-11-20 at 22:13 -0500, Shawn Wells wrote:
On 11/20/13, 9:15 AM, Vratislav Podzimek wrote:
> The project page of the OSCAP Anaconda Addon  now has a section about
> testing with links to the custom Fedora 20 compose with the OSCAP
> Anaconda Addon included and to some testing files.
> Suggestions, comments and bug reports welcome.
That page is fantastic. The instructions are incredibly simple -- this
should greatly increase testing done by users. Thank you!
Attempted to perform an install against Fedora 20 SSG content , which
lead to BZ 1032846  that was generated from the installer. After
reviewing the BZ, it's clear my issue was that Anaconda expects a SCAP
Datastream and SSG content is expressed as a Benchmark.
Thanks for filing the bug
report. Unfortunately, this is an expected
behaviour, because the GUI content specification is something like an
experimental and unfinished feature. So far only datastreams are
supported this way, benchmarks are supported via kickstart %addon
1) When using SSG content for "fetch," an error was thrown regarding SSG
not being a datastream. After submitting the bugzilla the entire install
crashed/rebooted, instead of giving me the option to use another
datastream URL or continue without SCAP addon enabled. Is that expected
I've already answered this above. It needs additional work.
2) Will Benchmark content be accepted in the future, or must content be
in datastream formats? If datastream, we're looking at a fundamental
change to how SSG content is expressed. That's not necessarily a bad
thing, just want to start the conversation and understand your direction :)
Standalone benchmarks and OVAL XMLs are supported by the %addon
kickstart section, interactive (GUI) fetching is planned for the future.
3) Nit pick. After fetching your datastream content  I was brought to
the "profile selection" screen where options included "testing
and "testing profile2". My natural reaction was to double-click on the
profile names -- and after nothing happened -- I finally noticed the
"Select Profile" button. Would it be possible to edit the workflow so
that users could double click on the profile?
Yeah, that's a good idea and
quite an easy fix. Thanks for the tip!
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