On 12/05/2016 12:25 PM, Reto Gantenbein wrote:
I'm a long time user of LXC and use it for infrastructure development
or to run some local services on my Fedora laptop. As LXD  looks
like a useful tool to me and because I couldn't find any RPMs for it
(only found this GH issue ), I spent the past few days trying to
package LXD and it dependencies. I thought this is also a good
opportunity to make myself familiar with COPR.
COPR is awesome!
If you are interested, you can find my efforts in my COPR repository at
. I have the basic setup running with Fedora 24. Fedora 25 and
CentOS 7 package builds still have some problems.
I have a bunch of packaging-(workflow-)related questions that I'd like
to clarify. Maybe there is someone in this ML that could help me with
that? Afterwards I'd like to also announce this repo on the LXC mailing
list. Maybe there are some more people who like to try out LXD on a
CentOS or Fedora platform. What do you think?
You can ask questions here. We may be able to answer you questions or
we may point you to the devel list where there is a broader group of
people who may have more expertise.
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