I'm Andreas and currently working with a group of volunteers on making
Fedora run on handheld devices, mainly the Pine64 PinePhone. Currently
we have a bootable image (and some people already daily-drive it), but
it is made entirely by hand (and some shell-scripts).
Today I searched the wiki on guidelines to "implement" Anaconda and
found out that it's probably easiest for the moment if we label our
effort a Remix of Fedora.
Currently I'm looking for guidance on how to create Remixes. I have
read through the Anaconda docs and searched the wiki already. So far I
can tell that Anaconda works based on images that it installs to a
host. Now I wonder how to create the images, because the Wiki mentions
a plethora of tools for the job: livecd-tools, pungi, livemedia-creator
and lorax. I also found a lot of mentions of kickstart everywhere...
Could someone kindly recommend which of these tools to further look
into? Or is there something like an example step-by-step guide that I
can follow to get a grasp of how to create the images or even a whole
Remix (possibly including how to fulfill legal requirements around
I've never done anything like this before, and I'm pretty new to
contributing to Fedora in general. However I'd really like it if we
could produce a handheld-Remix with an installer and such.
I'm thankful for any help or advice!
All the best,