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As of the git "newui" branch of anaconda on
As of the git "newui" branch of anaconda on , 2012 the following things should work:
* Welcome Spoke:
* Welcome Spoke:
Revision as of 21:00, 24 April 2012
NOTE: Really, there's only one usable path through the new UI right now. You can do any package selections you want, but you can only do autopartitioning. It should obey your disk selections, but may only work if those disks don't have any partitions (or, it may only work by first removing partitions). So I'd be careful for now.
As of the git "newui" branch of anaconda on April 24, 2012 the following things should work:
- Welcome Spoke:
- Network Spoke:
- Summary Hub:
- Not allowing you to continue until all icons have been removed.
- Removing /!\ icons when a spoke has been visited and completed.
- Removing the info bar at the bottom when all icons have been removed.
- Selecting all spokes.
- Status on incomplete spokes reflects what's being waited upon.
- The storage and source spokes are greyed out until storage scanning is done.
- The software spoke is greyed out until installation source is done.
- Date & Time Spoke:
- Keyboard Spoke:
- Remove, Move up, Move down buttons.
- Installation Source Spoke:
- If you're booting from a DVD, you should get the option to install from it.
- Media check.
- Reporting entered source back to the hub.
- Selecting various network sources changes the widgets available.
- Network Configuration Spoke:
- Software Selection Spoke:
- Everything except custom add-on button.
- Installation Destination Spoke:
- Continue button should pop up one of three dialogs, depending upon what's already installed on your selected disks.
- Detected disks should be shown in Local Standard Disks pane.
- Review checkbox takes you to the manual partitioning screen, but you can't do anything there.
- Shopping cart button in bottom left should be sensitive only if any disks are selected.
- Manual Partitioning:
- Back takes you back to Installation Destination Spoke.
- Personalization (progress) Hub:
- Progress reporting for partitioning.
- In General:
- Keyboard navigation (tab, alt-whatever, etc.).
- Spokes should remember what was entered if you go back and forth.
- Unhandled exceptions kill the UI but leave you sitting at tty1 looking at the traceback.