Bug#610553: installation-reports: does not cleanly deconfigure network configured with DHCP
On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 06:00:51AM +0100, Christian PERRIER wrote:
> Quoting Matthew Palmer (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > clone 610553
> > reassign 610553 finish-install
> > reassign -1 di-utils-reboot
> > thanks
> > On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 03:32:59PM -0500, Jeffrey Sheinberg wrote:
> > > Install of squeeze-rc1 (expert mode, non-graphical) from *.iso - works
> > > great except the network is not cleanly deconfigured for DHCP.
> > >
> > > Solution - please send SIGUSR2 to the "udhcpc" process at end of
> > > installation (menu items: finish up the installation, or abort the
> > > installation).
> > That can probably be arranged. It covers two separate packages, so I'm
> > going to clone out this report to get it fixed everywhere (finish-install
> > for regular completion, and di-utils-reboot for "Abort the installation").
> I'd say that the first bug should be dealt in netcfg....which should
> provide the appropriate finish-install.d hook
Yeah, I thought about that, but it appears as though finish-install wants to
own all those sorts of things itself. I would have expected
50config-target-network to be in netcfg, but it's not. On the other hand,
if that's more of a historical screwup, moving it (and the
currently-hypothetical release-dhcp-lease) to netcfg isn't something I'm
philosophically opposed to).