On 11/25/19 11:41 AM, Normand wrote:
On 11/21/19 11:33 PM, Dusty Mabe wrote:
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> Last year we [introduced the plans for Fedora CoreOS]  including that
> Fedora CoreOS would be the successor to Fedora Atomic Host and Container
> Linux (from CoreOS Inc.). As part of that succession plan we decided that
> Fedora 29 Atomic Host would be the last stream of Fedora Atomic Host to be
> Fedora 29 Atomic Host has served us well, but with Fedora 29 End of
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Thanks for the info,
But what about arches that are not x86_64 ?
Where could we found for exemple the ppc64le coreos replacement of
Atomic Host ? Is there already a web page to retrieve them ?
Thank you for bringing this up. You have indeed pointed out a gap in what we're
delivering with Fedora CoreOS preview and what we were delivering with Atomic Host. The
news is that we have done enablement work to allow for Fedora CoreOS to be run on other
platforms. The bad news is that we don't currently run our build infrastructure in an
that has other architectures available.
So while you can build it yourself today, there is currently no where to download it from
website. I have added Jakub Cajka who was working on getting some space to host unofficial
Fedora CoreOS for other architectures for now. I'll also link you to our open issues
where we're working
through our strategy for delivering multi-arch FCOS: