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# Network device rename issue: [https://issues.jboss.org/browse/BGBUILD-204 BGBUILD-204]
 
# Network device rename issue: [https://issues.jboss.org/browse/BGBUILD-204 BGBUILD-204]
# Root partition mounts. The appliance will boot correctly, but if you run df -h you'll see only a tmpfs mounted of size 500 MB, although you'll see all filesystems on root partition...
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# Root partition mounts. The appliance will boot correctly, but if you run df -h you'll see only a tmpfs mounted of size 500 MB, although you'll see all filesystems on root partition... [https://issues.jboss.org/browse/BGBUILD-209 BGBUILD-209]
 
# Cannot login to TTY1. If you boot your appliance you must select another terminal (ALT+F2 for example) to be able to log in.
 
# Cannot login to TTY1. If you boot your appliance you must select another terminal (ALT+F2 for example) to be able to log in.

Latest revision as of 13:43, 28 April 2011

Below you can see a list of issues that are known to us when building appliances using BoxGrinder Build for selected operating system.

Fedora 15[edit]

Appliances built with Fedora 15 selected as the guest OS may not work correctly:

  1. Network device rename issue: BGBUILD-204
  2. Root partition mounts. The appliance will boot correctly, but if you run df -h you'll see only a tmpfs mounted of size 500 MB, although you'll see all filesystems on root partition... BGBUILD-209
  3. Cannot login to TTY1. If you boot your appliance you must select another terminal (ALT+F2 for example) to be able to log in.