#557 [anaconda] anaconda allows to install a system without an admin user | rhbz#2015508
Closed 9 months ago by blockerbot. Opened 10 months ago by blockerbot.

Bug details: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2015508
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2015508

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Hmmm. It's bad, yes, but this might be enough of an edge case that it's not important enough to block release? Feels too much like a QE testcase rather than normal user behavior. Some users are undoubtedly going to hit this, but probably not very many.

And it's not clear whether this is a regression. I wouldn't be surprised if this has been around for a while and we just never noticed.

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+1 FinalFE

Feels too much like a QE testcase rather than normal user behavior.

This is normal user behaviour, if the user is @kparal. I agree that this might not hit lots of users though. Nice thing would be to inform in CommonBugs if this does not get fixed in time.

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Yeah, same. It's a pretty odd scenario, and worst case if you hit it, just reinstall, or use some kinda rescue setup (rescue boot, live image, systemd debug shell...) to set a root password. It's a bug, but not a blocker.

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FinalFE +1

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AGREED AcceptedFinalFE

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9 months ago

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