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On 05/29/2014 03:32 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
So, I'm a bit surprised I didn't notice this before,
"Fedora Server will produce two main installation resources, a
netinstall image and an offline install iso image that allows one
to install and configure featured roles offline."
However, this doesn't really cover how we do ARM installations, or
at least not how we've done them so far. We provide disk image
files for most ARM platforms; only one ARM platform so far (AIUI)
supports use of anaconda.
Is ARM a target arch for Server? If we say "no", well, is that
okay? What does it mean for ARM's "primary arch" status in Fedora?
If we say "yes", I guess we have to add ARM disk image media to our
'delivery mechanisms'? Does someone want to talk to the ARM folks
about this? Is it going to be me? :)
Our Technical Specification states: "Fedora Server will run on and
provide install media for i686, x86_64, and armv7hl servers."
So yeah, we have kind of dropped the ball on how we're going to do the
ARM delivery. Adam, if you wouldn't mind being that liaison, that
would be really helpful.
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