On Tue, Apr 3, 2018 at 5:42 PM, Dusty Mabe <dusty(a)dustymabe.com> wrote:
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Thanks Sinny for running this!! I have some responses to the questions
below (and some suggestions) inline:
No worries and thanks a lot for answering questions!
On 04/03/2018 02:10 AM, Sinny Kumari wrote:
> #fedora-meeting-1: fedora_atomic_community
Might be good if we named this similar to our other meeting, but with APAC
the title: #startmeeting fedora_atomic_wg_apac. And then the Subject of
mail could be "Fedora Atomic WG APAC Meeting Minutes".
Yeah, make sense to me. In this case it will be good to rename meeting name
in fedcoal calendar too. @sanja can you please make the cahngest?
> Action Items
> * ksinny get answer for "Is there any plan to have a default flatpak
> repo eventually ? e.g. flathub, maybe on provided by fedora, etc"
I think there is a plan to have a fedora flatpak repo (built from Fedora
RPMs) at some point in the future. For now flathub is the way to go.
> * ksinny get answer for is there any plans to have rpm-ostree
> package groups like DNF does?
TL;DR rpm-ostree will support it when libdnf does.
That's good to know. Hopefully libdnf with comps support will arrive soon.
> * ksinny get answer to "is there a plan to have a local RPM
repo where I
> can put custom or downloaded rpms for installation with rpm-ostree ?"
I'm not sure what exactly the question is. This operation is very much
to how you would do this on a non-Atomic system today.
It was more of the question of having per-available Local repo so that
user doesn't have to perform following steps you mentioned below :)
They can just add their local rpms to the pre-available local repo and
perform rpm-ostree install pkg.
- - download rpms to local directory
- - run createrepo
- - serve that directory over http(s)
- - add yum repo file into /etc/yum.repos.d/
Now you can rpm-ostree install 'pkg' and it will look at all enabled repos.
There were two more questions which I parsed later from meeting logs,
couldn't action them with my slow typing :)
1. Any plans to make /etc stateless? Let's say I stupidly rm -rf /etc . if
/etc were stateless, that wouldn't be an issue because nothing too critical
would be kept there
2. I had to add a "custom" rpm to enable firmware for my laptop. Is there
any work toward enabling /usr/local/lib/firmware to work?
This document explains more.
. Currently Fedora only accepts /lib/firmware Which of course is read only
> People Present (lines said)
> * ksinny (70)
> * firstyear (68)
> * AdrianCeleste (41)
> * snarwade (16)
> * zodbot (11)
> * sayan (8)
Thanks everyone who came!
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