New image organization and snap format
mark at ubuntu.com
Wed Nov 25 11:59:06 UTC 2015
On 24/11/15 17:46, Michael Vogt wrote:
> The user experience should be very similar to the one we have right
> now. The big difference is that snappy list now shows both ubuntu-core
> and ubuntu-kernel snaps instead of the previous single "ubuntu-core"
> that contained both kernel and os. The other difference is that all
> this is now mounted from squashfs images and those are really
> read-only, no way to "mount -o remount,rw /" anymore.
Decoupling the kernel and OS image should also mean we can do daily
builds of the OS snap for *all* devices. Previously, we had to line up
separate build pipelines for each device. But now we'll have a single OS
snap for all 64-bit x86, or 32-bit ARM, for example, and that can get
Testing on a small x86 box now. Thanks Michael!
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