[CentOS] Update to Centos 5 anaconda kickstart %post bug?
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Thu Jan 8 22:48:50 UTC 2009
on 1-8-2009 2:33 PM Scott Silva spake the following:
> on 1-8-2009 1:28 PM Warren, Eucke spake the following:
>> Is there a process for finding status updates to open bugs within
>> Centos? The particular bug I am talking about is 0002329
>> http://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=2329. This was assigned on
>> 01-20-2008 and, as far as I can tell, there's been no action other than
>> it being acknowledged. I've also searched upstream with RHEL and FC and
>> I cannot seem to find a bug report there though complaints of the
>> problem can be found through searching the web.
>> I do see the manual fix for it and will be testing that shortly. I am,
>> however, dealing with a fairly rigid internal legal department that may
>> not welcome a "fix" that's not "official". So I have two questions:
>> 1) Is there an "official" or "accepted" way to inquire about the status
>> of an open bug?
>> 2) With regard to bug 0002329 is this something that has to be fixed
>> upstream so it filters down to centos?
>> Thank you!
> The bug page gives you the status. It was assigned (to Karanbir), and he
> ack'ed it. If it was fixed, it would be resolved. It shouldn't be that hard to
> apply the fix manually and your legal department is too rigid if they are that
> picky about a fix to "free" software. I can see if they were paying contract
> support on it.
> If Karanbir thinks it merits an upstream bug report, I'm almost sure he might
> do that, if the original bug poster doesn't. It "might" be fixed by the time
> 5.3 comes out, but do you want to wait?
So it is a year old... people get busy... ;-P
It must be of a low enough priority to not get a lot of attention.
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