Adding vagrant images to the Fedora build
jvyas at redhat.com
Tue Nov 26 16:08:03 UTC 2013
Hi fedora ! Im reviving this thread about vagrant images.
I'd like to use packer.io to build vagrant images as part of the fedora builds.
I assume this means first we will need vagrant and packer packeged in fedora? Or does fedora
allow the use of nonpackaged utilities to build side-artifacts, like vagrant-fedora images for qemu/vmware...
having ready to roll vagrant images for fedora would be a huge win for rapid testing and adoption of software stacks on emerging fedora distros!
On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 11:20:17AM -0400, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> It would likely push this to a system-wide change, but wouldn't it be
> logical for this feature to also make a vagrant-able image as well?
To be an official Vagrant image, we need Chef, and while Sam Kottler is
working with Opscode to make that finally happen (awesome!), I don't think
we want that to be a blocker.
Additionally, the conventions for a Vagrant image are significantly
different from what we want for the cloud image. (Root password set to
"vagrant", for example.) So, the plan is to provide those "semi-officially"
from fedorpeople.org and the Cloud SIG wiki.
As we get easier technology in Koji for making images, we might revisit for
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