Dne 16. 07. 22 v 21:35 Kevin Fenzi napsal(a):
> For this we will create a self-contained boot.iso style image with a
> built-in tar-payload (so that the image can work even without network
> access) based on the latest Anaconda upstream code.
What packages will be in this tar-payload?
We are planning to use payload from F37
Workstation GA. So it will
install fully functional Fedora 37. The side benefit will be that the
payload is already tested.
And can you use the boot.iso to do netinstalls against the network
respositories, or are you restricted to the tar-payload contents?
Not yet, we are
missing Software selection and Source management. This
version is really a first usable image which enables to select disks and
start the installation. However, it's a good base for us for future
improvements so the ISO can be updated with new features and we can get
> == Scope ==
> * Proposal owners:
> The Anaconda team will setup and maintain an automated Web UI preview
> image creation pipeline, with the image being available via a web
> server on the Fedora infrastructure.
So, you will need space to place these images in Fedora Infrastructure
and nothing else right now from Infra&Releng?
Yes, we just need a publicly
accessible storage, where we can upload the
ISO. Right now, we are thinking about
. Do you think it's a good idea
Kevin or would you recommend us something else?
Looking forward to playing with it!
Great to hear that! :)
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