[arch-dev-public] Arch Linux Docker / Vagrant: Current situation
Jelle van der Waa
jelle at vdwaa.nl
Sun Jan 21 14:23:44 UTC 2018
On 01/20/18 at 08:19pm, Christian Rebischke via arch-dev-public wrote:
> Hello Everybody,
> It's now over a half year ago that I've started working together with
> sangy and pierre on our vagrant and docker images. I would like to give
> you a short update on this topic.
> The Arch Linux Vagrant images are currently be build for libvirt and
> virtualbox. We have over 3800 downloads at the moment and slowly
> catching up to the community based arch linux vagrant images.
> My first goal has been to add some hypervisors, but due to
> the fact that we have only libvirt and virtualbox in our repositories I
> have dismissed this plan.
Sounds good enough, this is also easier to manage.
> The automated build process works fine so far
> (except some issues with qemu and the dependency on punctual iso
> releases on soyuz. The latter should we definitly fix. Currently the iso
> images are build manually. Can we automate this somehow? I really rely
> on punctual releases otherwise the automated build will fail and
> somebody needs to trigger the build again manually. Happened about 1-2
I'm all for automatic builds, and the improvement where multiple people
know how the ISO's are build & released. How would we however sign these
builds? And is the bootstrap image also generated in the same manner?
> The other topic is the docker image. Has anybody of you contact to
> pierre? He doesn't answer my mails and he is the only one with access to
> the repository on github.
I or others can grant write access to the repository, see the owners on
the Github organization. I would however first want to ask pierres about
it since he irregurarly is on IRC.
Are these docker builds going to be automated as well btw? Oh and
testing images :-)
> Sangy/Santiago was so nice to speak with the docker guys. They said
> they would approve our docker image and we could move it to the other
> official images. But for this we need to do some changes on our
> docker repository on github. (As long I understood sangy correct it
> would be just some new branches).
This would be nice, how do we share the credentials to the docker login
though? Or can we make multiple people owners?
Jelle van der Waa
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