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The big takeaway from my perspective: we need as much help as we can get
to create an F12 image that boots on RHEL 5.5 + Xen. Then we take *that*
image and test it on EC2. It may well fail, since it appears that they're
running a Frankenstein RHEL 5.(0-2), but at least we'll be able to isolate
their failures, demonstrate that we've got our stuff working, and put
pressure on them to fix if need be.
<gregdek> OK, so to recap the plan:
<gregdek> * huff will post the latest ks and tools he's been using to get
latest image, to remind everyone of where we're at.
<gregdek> * others feel free to hack at the ks and build/test new images,
sending feedback to the list.
<gregdek> * eventually we'll get something that boots on rhel 5.5 xen.
<gregdek> * then we try to upload Teh Winnar to EC2.
<gregdek> * It will probably fail, at which point we'll throw it over the
wall to Amazon -- or maybe it'll work, in which case, WIN!
<gregdek> Is that about right?
<huff> sounds good to me
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