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[Bug 593608] YaST2 ISDN: UI Syntax Error - Multiple buttons with role [Cancel]
  • From: bugzilla_noreply@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 17:53:58 +0000
  • Message-id: <20100419175358.B4CA22454D6@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Tilman Schmidt <tilman@xxxxxxx> changed:

What |Removed |Added
Resolution|WORKSFORME |

--- Comment #3 from Tilman Schmidt <tilman@xxxxxxx> 2010-04-19 17:53:57 UTC ---
Reproduced as follows:

- Manually uninstalled the kinternet package from command line with:
sudo rpm -e kinternet

- Started YaST Control Center from Gnome start menu & gave root password.

- Verified system fully patched by:
- starting Online Update from YaST Control Center, which came up empty
- clicking "Accept"
- dismissing with "Cancel" the "Automatic Changes" window which proposed to
reinstall the "command-not-found" package I recently got rid of
- running "Dependencies" - "Check now" which said "all dependencies in order"
- leaving Software Installation through "Cancel" so not to install the
unwanted "command-not-found" package.

- Started the ISDN module from YaST Control Center, Network Devices section.

- On the page "Überblick über die ISDN-Konfiguration" (ISDN Configuration
Overview), with the single already configured ISDN controller contr0
selected by default, clicked "Modify".

- On the page titled "ISDN Low-Level-Konfiguration für contrcontr0" (sic!),
just clicked "Ok".

- Back on the page "Überblick über die ISDN-Konfiguration", clicked "Ok" again.

- In the appearing pop-up window saying (in German)

Following packages must be installed:

clicked "Install".


1. Package management came up and updated the repositories, then closed again
by itself.

2. Message box with red background popped up saying (in English)

UI Syntax Error
Multiple buttons with role [Cancel]
Check the log file!

3. After clicking "Close", another message box popped up saying (in German)

Required packages are not installed.
The configuration will be aborted.
Another attempt?

4. After clicking "No", while YaST ran SuSEconfig, a total of ten (10)
instances of the error message

network: has unknown interface type. Please file a bug report.

appeared in /var/log/messages. (Note the two spaces between "network:"
and "has", suggesting an empty name.)

I'll attach y2logs and /var/log/messages from that run.

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