[CentOS-devel] How can I search in bugzilla.centos.org ?

Johnny Hughes johnny at centos.org
Sun Apr 22 09:37:24 UTC 2007


On Sat, 2007-04-21 at 13:09 -0700, Roger Peña wrote:
> Hi
> 
> I was trying to find if someone reported a litle, very
> litle, bug in yum.conf file
> 
> but I could not see how to make a search in centos
> bugzilla page :-(

If you click the "View Issues" menu item you can search.  At the top of
the screen are filters that you can set (and save) for your logged in
user.

> 
> the litle bug is, probabily reported, that distropkg
> is set to redhat-release insted to centos-release,
> like this:
> distroverpkg=centos-release
> 

Not sure if that is a bug, as centos-release provides redhat-release and
it will work either way.

In fact, having it work with redhat-release facilitates installing
centos-release on redhat (or other clones who also provide
redhat-release) machines to allow for upgrade.much easier ... so this is
not so much a bug as a feature.

> BTW, I am exploring centos5-x86_64 :-)
> I forgot to mention it in my previous mail
> 
> also, it would be nice if anaconda fail more polite
> when it can't find 'groups definitions' in the repos
> files, right now it just make a break with a "send a
> bug report" messages and abort instalation.

That is an upstream problem, though anaconda is a heavily modified
package, so it might be possible.  (Though, every mod we make takes us
farther from the known and tested codebase.  This means we stand a
chance of introducing our own bugs ... something we do not want to do).

> 
> I know that should not happen but .... sometime do :-)
> 
> I notice that when I try to make an instalation via
> http but creating the repos with creatrepo command in
> centos-4.4 (not using the dvd iso, just copying the
> rpms and creating the repo), I forgot to create the
> groups, so the instalations fail over and over againg
> until I realize what was the problem, sadly I had to
> go over and over again through all initial steps
> 
> I know that is not a bug, just a RFE but ...
> 
> thanks
> roger

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