dennis at solidstateservices.net
Fri Nov 30 22:05:38 UTC 2007
Not sure whether this is off topic. I am fairly new to Linux and have
joined this mailing list only recently.
I read through the JeOS tutorial and found it very well written.
However, I was wondering whether there might be something to consider
with the First User Boot script.
The script seems to remove openssh-server without making sure that the
appliance is connected to the network, or to the Internet. So, if the
appliance has no access to a repository, it may not be able to install
Should there be some recovery for that? Or a warning message to tell the
user to verify that the appliance is connected to a network before the
script removes openssh-server?
On Fri, 2007-11-30 at 22:25 +0100, Nick Barcet wrote:
> Neal McBurnett wrote:
> > On Fri, Nov 30, 2007 at 09:20:10PM +0100, Nick Barcet wrote:
> >> Just so that you know and won't be surprised if you happen to read Linux
> >> Magazine, chances are that the tutorial will be published there...
> >> Nick
> > Great news. It is great to see more info on JeOS getting out, thanks,
> > Nick!
> > My major comment is that it should cover, and even highlight, use by
> > free software like Qemu and XEN.
> Even though I fully agree with you in the medium term, I believe that at
> this point in time the only released JeOS element is the iso, therefore
> it is the only thing we should officially publish about. The
> ubuntu-jeos-builder, even though it already exist, is something that we
> will officially release with 8.04. so we'll have to wait a few more
> month before talking about it in magazines, right?
> Nothing prevents us from working on your great suggestions right away,
> however, we should clearly mark it as UbuntuRelease: 8.04 (Hardy Heron).
> Does it make sense?
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