m4rtink added a new comment to an issue you are following:
it is not possible to get an installer that defaults to workstation without making a
workstation installer and install tree.
Anaconda supports an installclass arg in the kickstart. For the kickstarts that we use
the Workstation buildinstall for then we should just be able to add installclass
--name="Fedora Workstation" to them.
That just sets install class for the given installation run - it won't make the result
into a Fedora Workstation installation image. That is governed by buildstamp and there is
no reason why install class used during an Anaconda installation run should influence that
(eq. as I understand things buildstamp is something *the thing that runs anaconda to
generate the image* writes out).
For the netinstall I don't see why we couldn't add an
inst.installclass as a kernel command line kickstart option and make a second entry in
syslinux that is selectable by the user to say they want Workstation defaults.
I don't see the difference from just making sure Variant in the .buildstamp file on
the image point to correct installclass. Setting default boot options means changing the
(syslinux?) bootloader config, which is yet again a text file located on the image.
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