On Mon, Jan 20, 2020 at 01:46:15PM +0100, Stefan Seyfried wrote:
Am 20.01.20 um 13:41 schrieb Michal Suchánek:
It's a fragment config recording only
differences from default config.
uinput is enabled in default config so it won't appear in kvmsmall
I see, it's black magic,
But I trust you to get it right :-)
Thanks, this will make kernel-kvmsmall much more useful for the
occasional "home user", who wants to have a graphical interface to his
VMs and still save some space.
One word of warning before this gets out of hand and -kvmsmall flavor
enters the dark path of abuse like kernel-default-base subpackage before
it: the -kvmsmall flavor was *not* designed for "occasional home user"
or, actually, any user. Its sole purpose is to serve as a flavor which
builds as quickly as possible so that developers could quickly test
their core fixes in a VM (or bisect regressions). Originally, we didn't
even plan to build and publish it in BuildService.
In other words, the -kvmsmall flavor is not intended for practical use
and therefore "it would make it more useful for practical use" is not
a valid justification for adding more stuff to it.
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