On 18 December 2014 at 09:20, Connie Sieh <csieh@fnal.gov> wrote:
The pungi in git is clearly for Fedora.  It can however be used for RHEL 7 but a few "patches" are needed for it to work.

How would the patches best be put in pungi?  There can be individual command line options added that enable/disable features.  A example of this is there is no hfs support in RHEL 7 so a "nomacboot" command line option could be added to disable this.  Another option is a single "rhel7" option that could cover all the rhel 7 patches.  Which way would be best?

Should we branch this version or patches for it into EPEL for EL7 or earlier versions?

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