- This week I started writing rules, for the detection part.
This is needed for the squashfs part.
The system works (currently), like the tool "file" does. It goes through
a set of rules.
Confident rules, like openSUSE and SUSE studio images are on top.
More generic ones have lower priority.
A heuristic, generic approach is the latest rule.
New rules can be added all the time of course.
(They will be placed in a folder. Think of systemd modules, grub config
files and such.)
- Made a Github repo for the project:
Started ticket tracking there.
Will start committing the code ASAP.
- This week I also made a live test, where everything went fine.
Pendrive was done fast. Installed Syslinux, the mbr on the pendrive.
Then I copied up the Dracut archive, and the kernel which Dracut used.
(they must match)
And I booted it up. And it worked.
- Went back to simple "oneshot" type of script, since the
'systemd-notify' tool requires systemd libs to be included.
While it definitely looks more robust that way... adding more bloat
Well, everything looks fine so far.
I want to write an install script today. Then write some extra rules,
add more images.
Overall, a good week, the project is in a good shape (IMO).
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