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Re: anaconda - unhandled exception

Mike Chambers wrote:
On Tue, 2008-01-15 at 08:45 -0500, Chris Lumens wrote:
Keep it up Jeremy, ya bout got it licked!
Not to be a jerk or anything, but you're aware at least five other
people work on anaconda, right?  In fact if you were to check out the
source history, you'd see that I committed the fix for that bug (the
libraries out of the nss package changed location, requiring us to
modify the stage2 build script) and that David built the version
containing the fix.

NO, I was not aware there were others working on anaconda, or at least
as much as Jeremy does/used to.  I visited the page Rahul posted earlier
and see everyone that is listed. So to you ALL, keep up the good work
and hope to see/use an even nicer looking/working installer for the next
release.  For some reason, been dying to get back to using rawhide like
I used to, but have stayed away little longer this release due to x
upgrades and the like.
Sooo, upon saying all that, what *is* the status of anaconda now?  Will
it do an install now at this point or is there a couple things still
broken?  Reallllyy thinking of trying another install again tonight, but
not sure yet.  Might file my taxes first then look into it in a little

Keep up the good work Anaconda team!

The 20080115 repo version of boot.iso and stage2.img worked in text mode for me today and its now 80% done with network install to vmware guest machine. It may not finish that install, don't know yet, but all looks good so far.

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