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Re: activeate encrypted devices.



Hey:

Looked at this a little closer and found out that we are ignoring the call of the function that checks for root if the ks file contains install.
the patch is attached.
review appreciated.


----- "Dave Lehman" <dlehman redhat com> wrote:

> This call was moved into upgrade.findExistingRoots, which gets called
> early enough to allow upgrade of systems using encrypted devices.
> Chris
> was looking at a preupgrade-related bug late last week in which the
> reporter claimed he was not being prompted for his encrypted devices.
> Perhaps some code paths do not go through findExistingRoots.
> 
> On Tue, 2008-11-04 at 09:59 -0500, Joel Granados wrote:
> > Was installing rawhide and it seems that it does not check for
> encrypted devices when looking for devices. So when you have an
> encrypted device already in the system, anaconda will not see it :(
> > I found this line in the logs somewhere more or less in the same
> place.  Don't really know why it was taken out.
> > Please review :)
> > 
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Joel Andres Granados
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