On April 7, 2014 9:02:07 PM EDT, Jim Henderson <hendersj(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 14:36:48 +0200, Michael Riess
Am 07.04.2014 13:07, schrieb Carlos E. R.:
> On 2014-04-07 03:37, Sebastian Siebert wrote:
>> In the past, there was an officially openSUSE Remastered DVD. 
>> Unfortunately this was only the first and the last remastered DVD.
> Well, that operation was done because of a disaster. It was damage
> control, actually. The normal DVD was simply impossible to install
> many people. So we are fortunate that there
has been no need to
> remaster the DVD again :-)
> It was not a success story, but something better forgotten!
> On the other hand, it would be nice if somebody could create an
> DVD, unofficial: meaning just best effort, no
in depth testing, no
> mirroring, about 6..8 months after release,
> on sites with limited bandwidth.
> Alternatively, a DVD with the updates needed for the install DVD,
Wouldnt it be easy to maintain an official Tumbleweed-DVD in SUSE
build once a week?
I don't know that Studio can be used to build installation media the
the installation DVD is built. I think that's done with kiwi, isn't it
(which means it should be able to be done in OBS, doesn't it?)
OBS has more flexibility for have boot options on the DVD, but studio can definitely build
boot media (as well as VMs) that work as live media and have the installer available on
It can export kiwi configs. I don't know if it can import them.
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