Sorry, I always forget to do that, and Padraig always reminds me :).
The build is going right now, assuming all goes well it should show up
in testing in a few minutes.
On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 11:33 AM, Jay Greguske <jgregusk(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 07/28/2013 09:43 PM, Chris Lalancette wrote:
> I'm pleased to announce release 0.11.0 of Oz. Oz is a program
> for doing automated installation of guest operating systems with
> limited input from the user. Release 0.11.0 is a bugfix and feature
> release for Oz. Some of the highlights between Oz 0.10.0 and 0.11.0
> * Add support for installing Ubuntu 13.04
> * Add the ability to get user-specific ICICLE information
> * Add the ability to generate ICICLE safely, by using a disk snapshot
> * Add the ability to include extra files and directories on the installation ISO
> * Add the ability to install to alternate file types, like qcow2, etc.
> * Add support for installing Ubuntu 5.04/5.10
> * Add support for installing Fedora 19
> * Add support for installing Debian 7
> * Add support for Windows 2012 and 8
> * Add support for getting files over http for the commands/files
> section of the TDL
> * Add support for setting a custom MAC address to guests during installation
> * Add support for user specified disk and NIC model
> * Add support for OpenSUSE 12.3
> * Add support for URL based installs for Ubuntu
> A tarball and zipfile of this release is available on the Github
> releases page: https://github.com/clalancette/oz/releases
> for Fedora-18 and Fedora-19 have been built in Koji and will
> eventually make their way to stable. Instructions on how to get and
> use Oz are available at http://github.com/clalancette/oz/wiki
> If you have questions or comments about Oz, please feel free to
> contact me at clalancette at gmail.com
, or open up an issue on the
> github page: http://github.com/clalancette/oz/issues
> This was one of the most active Oz releases ever, because of the
> feedback and patches from the community. Thanks to everyone who
> contributed to this release through bug reports, patches, and
> suggestions for improvement.
> Chris Lalancette
Exciting! Will this be built for EPEL 6 as well?