On miércoles, 7 de diciembre de 2016 1:56:32 PM CST Mike Pinkerton
> On 6 Dec 2016, at 09:43, Kamil Paral wrote:
>> Which images to cover, that's the heart of the discussion. If you
>> look into our test matrix again, we currently block on 6 of them:
>> * Workstation Live + netinst
>> * KDE Live
>> * Server DVD + netinst
>> * Everything netinst
>> What comes first to my mind is Server (DVD + netinst). My guess is
>> that people don't install Server from optical media, but rather
>> from PXE or USB. I can't imagine installing Server boxes from DVDs.
>> But I'd really like to hear from Server users how this is likely or
>> not. Also, Server is most probably not given away at events. I
>> don't know about sending Server DVDs to the developing world, we
>> can make an inquiry about that.
> On 6 Dec 2016, at 12:20, Adam Williamson wrote:
>> So an alternative to kparal's scheme would be to try and consider
>> and say we test:
>> * Workstation live
>> * Everything netinst
>> * Server DVD
>> and consider those to be representative of the broad 'types' of
>> ISOs in
>> terms of the compose process. That way we don't have to test
>> Workstation or Server netinsts, or the KDE live, on optical media.
> On 7 Dec 2016, at 09:13, Matthew Miller wrote:
>> I think: Workstation x86_64 Live, and at least one netinstall image of
>> any flavor (from which, in a pinch, anything else can be installed via
> I use the Server netinstall image. Use cases include loop mounting
> the netinstall .iso on boxes with Grub2 -- works on remote boxes
> where there is no physical access and can be easier than setting up a
> remote PXE solution -- and burning a CD for local boxes without Grub2.
There is the pxe iso to use boot.fedoraproject.org
that would probably better
suit your purposes.
> I would be fine with dropping the Server DVD.
> Does anyone maintain a up-to-date list of the content differences
> between the Server and Everything netinstall discs? Is there any
> difference other than in default preferences? Is there a way to do a
> single disc with a choice of "give me Server defaults" or "give me
> Everything defaults"?
The server netinst iso uses the server defaults, partitioning and filesystem
selection. there is no way to do both with a single disk today. it would
require who knows what work, I imagine the work is possible its just not an
option today. probably your best bet again is bfo
this points to f25 server
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