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    Exclamation openSuSE 12.1 & 12.2 - AutoYaST problems

    Hello,

    I've tried to use AutoYaST, but there were many problems and finally I was unable to login. OpenSuSE 12.1 & 12.2 Milestone 2 - both the same.

    1) After final configuration, this error shows (Search for .../YaST2/bin/y2base in /mnt failed)


    2) Then, this error comes - Error during initrd creating:

    Unable to install bootloader:


    3) Even though I specified root password in autoyast.xml, there was no password set in summary screen. I set password manually, but after setup I was unable to log in - I entered root and "Wrong password" showed instantly.

    My autoyast.xml - very minimalistic:
    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <!DOCTYPE profile>
    <profile xmlns="http://www.suse.com/1.0/yast2ns" xmlns:config="http://www.suse.com/1.0/configns">
     <global>
         <timeout config:type="integer">4</timeout>
         <networking>
          <dns>
            <dhcp_hostname config:type="boolean">true</dhcp_hostname>
            <dhcp_resolv config:type="boolean">true</dhcp_resolv>
            <domain>dagoo.cz</domain>
            <hostname>linux</hostname>
          </dns>
          <interfaces config:type="list">
            <interface>
              <bootproto>dhcp</bootproto>
              <device>eth0</device>        
              <startmode>onboot</startmode>
            </interface>
          </interfaces>
          <routing>
            <ip_forward config:type="boolean">true</ip_forward>
          </routing>
        </networking>
     </global>
     
     <users config:type="list">
        <user>
          <encrypted config:type="boolean">false</encrypted>
          <uid>0</uid>
          <gid>0</gid>
          <user_password>admin</user_password>
          <username>root</username>
        </user>
      </users>
      
      <firewall>
    <fw_dev_ext>eth0</fw_dev_ext>
    <fw_log_accept_all>no</fw_log_accept_all>
    <fw_log_accept_crit>yes</fw_log_accept_crit>
    <fw_log_drop_all>no</fw_log_drop_all>
    <fw_log_drop_crit>yes</fw_log_drop_crit>
    <fw_protect_from_internal>yes</fw_protect_from_internal>
    <fw_services_ext_tcp>ssh</fw_services_ext_tcp>
    <start_firewall config:type="boolean">true</start_firewall>
    </firewall>
     
     <partitioning  config:type="list">
        <drive>
          <initialize config:type="boolean">true</initialize>       
          <use>all</use>
        </drive>
     </partitioning>
     
     <ntp-client>
          <configure_dhcp config:type="boolean">false</configure_dhcp>
          <peers config:type="list">
            <peer>
              <address>tik.cesnet.cz</address>
              <initial_sync config:type="boolean">true</initial_sync>
              <options></options>
              <type>server</type>
            </peer>
            <peer>
              <address>tak.cesnet.cz</address>
              <initial_sync config:type="boolean">true</initial_sync>
              <options></options>
              <type>server</type>
            </peer>
          </peers>
          <start_at_boot config:type="boolean">true</start_at_boot>
          <start_in_chroot config:type="boolean">true</start_in_chroot>
        </ntp-client>
    
     <!-- on openSUSE 12.1 (and only there) this software section is needed because of a bug -->
     <software>
       <patterns config:type="list">
         <pattern>base</pattern>
       </patterns>
       <packages config:type="list">
         <package>yast2-bootloader</package>
         <package>yast2-ncurses</package>
       </packages>
     </software>
    </profile>

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    Default Re: openSuSE 12.1 & 12.2 - AutoYaST problems

    12.2 Milestone is still far from beta, let alone stable. Also, it would be nice if your pics would have english on them.
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