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On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 9:08 PM, Aaron Konstam <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> That is not an installer bug. If you have a network connection and have
> defined repos the installer updates the rpms during the install process.
> So after the install completes your system is completely updated, so
> running :yum updates
> returns no rpms to update. Without the repos and the network connection
> you get only the rpms on the original DVD.
> I am not sure what happened in your case but I ignored the early request
> for a network connection and the installation continued.
> Did you use the: "Install a new system or upgrade an existing system"
Install new system was the option - if you go from there you don't
reach any repo definition options in the steps until you hit this
problem immediately after trying to click to move on from the
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