Has anyone else experienced this?
I've got my info file set to point to a directory. Hence, yast should look
for the control file first by hex IP address and then 'default'. Well, I
forgot to symlink the control file with default, so it couldn't find a
control file. So up comes a prompt asking me to explicitly name the file.
I enter the name and it begins to process it, but dies when creating
partition plans saying that there is an error with the partition plans -
please check the syntax of the control file. I tried a few times with the
same result. However, when I created 'default' and linked it to the exact
same file, it works. So the bug appears to be that although it prompts the
user to explicitly name the control file, it doesn't actually process it.
If you have any hints or info, please let me know.
p.s. I also tried explicitly naming the control file in the info file, and
that works fine.