On 12/08/2016 08:22 AM, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
On miércoles, 7 de diciembre de 2016 1:56:32 PM CST Mike Pinkerton wrote:
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
this,
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
kickstart).
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[1]

Dennis

[1] https://boot.fedoraproject.org/
[1]this points to f25 server
This points to everything:
    http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/stage/25_RC-1.3/Everything/x86_64/iso/Fedora-Everything-netinst-x86_64-25-1.3.iso


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