[Meego-architecture] What should be in MeeGo Core images?
Arjan van de Ven
arjan at linux.intel.com
Thu Nov 18 13:56:37 PST 2010
On 11/18/2010 11:36 AM, Marko Saukko wrote:
> I want to raise a discussion how the core images should look like.
> Currently there are two core images available for core-armv7l-n900 as
> well as core-ia32-generic, which are both available at
> Between these two kickstarts there are some differences which makes
> the images different. We should try to keep these .ks files as similar
> as possible to provide more consistent test results between the two
> If I have understood correctly the Core image should contain all of
> the requirements of MeeGo Compliance and nothing else so we could
> verify that the compliance group and packages in compliance group are
> doing what they are expected. Am I right about this assumption? \
nope you're not quite right.
we have images that ONLY contain things needed for compliance. However
these images will not/are not expected to even boot
and then we have core images that are the minimal set needed to be
compliant and to boot.
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