fedora-release-$PRODUCT, /etc/issue, /etc/os-release, Per-Product Configs and more!
sgallagh at redhat.com
Mon Jun 30 19:44:26 UTC 2014
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On 06/30/2014 03:39 PM, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Mon, 30.06.14 14:59, Stephen Gallagher (sgallagh at redhat.com)
>> 2) The fedora-release-$PRODUCT package (and possibly %post or
>> systemd snippets therein) will be responsible for the creation
>> and maintenance of /etc/issue, /etc/os-release and
>> /etc/fedora-release-product (note: there is no $ there. That's
>> the literal name. This file will be equivalent to
>> /etc/fedora-release except that it will include the Product
> Probably quite unrelated to the actual topic of this thread, but I
> just wanted to mention that we intend to move /etc/os-release to
> /usr/lib/os-release (and make /etc/os-release a symlink). We are
> working on making factory reset/stateless stuff work on Fedora, and
> this actually turned out to be one of the surprisingly few
> incomptibilities (the two other being dbus and PAM) we ran into.
> Placing this in /usr/lib is certainly the most appropriate place
> for it, after all it describes what /usr actually contains, not
> what /etc contains...
> Anyway, just wanted to mention this. We will soon upload a new
> systemd release to Rawhide, that prepares everything for moving the
> file, will then file a bug against fedora-release asking for the
> file to be moved.
Sure, the real-world location of this file is pretty much immaterial,
as long as we get it created properly.
Any chance that systemd wants to build a hostnamectl-like interface
for setting the os-release values? That would make life a lot easier
on us, as we could reconfigure that file if-and-when a
fedora-release-$PRODUCT package was installed in a %post snippet.
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