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On Fri, 5 Sep 2014 15:54:17 -0400
Matthew Miller <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
In the IRC meeting today, we talked about some needed changes to
comps file and spin kickstarts. Dennis mentioned that having an an
"environment" defined would allow people to manually select the cloud
packageset in Anaconda.
On thinking about this, I think we actually _don't_ want this -- if
people are building their own images, using a kickstart file and
automated process is really the right way, and on the other side, we
don't want people accidentally installing cloud-init on their laptops
(possibly thinking that the environment means remote cloud storage or
calendaring/mail features or something like that).
yes you do. otherwise no softwware is selectable in the cloud images,
some people will use manual installs to get things how they want the
reuse the kickstarts in deployment. There is many valid use cases for
having it. vfs5011.patcht will only show up on installs from the cloud
tree and if people enable the Everything repo, if you name it clearly
as cloud product environment or something it should be okay, they will
not be able to select it and say gnome so its going to take very
particukar actions on a users behalf to install it.
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