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Re: [PATCH] do not check for duplicates in network connections specifications



On Mon, 2011-07-25 at 16:39 -0400, Chris Lumens wrote:
> > It should be the responsibility of the code which is using pykickstart
> > to deal with duplicates. E.g. there could be more connections specified for
> > wireless networking even all for the same device.
> 
> When possible, pykickstart should check perform any checks it can so
> that ksvalidator can be as useful as possible.  Under what circumstances
> can you have multiple network lines for the same device?  We've never
> allowed that in kickstart before.
> 
> - Chris

As I wrote in mail commenting proposed patch "[master] create wireless
connections specified in multiple kickstart network commands":

        "This patch gives anaconda ability to create multiple wireless
        connections specified in kickstart network
        commands. I think there is a use case when it could be useful --
        installing Fedora/RHEL/MeeGo etc. in some
        company/school with wireless networking specified already in
        kickstart."

The problem is, that multiple kickstart network commands must have
--device defined, so specifying multiple wireless connections is now
impossible. (also described in aforementioned mail)

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