Release of osbuild 23
We are happy to announce version 23 of osbuild. This release makes it possible to build Fedora on RHEL systems.
The Image Builder project builds Fedora and RHEL operating system images, as such its test infrastructure is reliant on RPM package repositories to verify previously succeeding builds do not fail with newer Image Builder updates. It is not unusual for CI systems to require external resources, but in the case of RPM repositories we are suddenly confronted with a moving target: If a test fails, was it our Image Builder modification that broke, or does the RPM repository include broken updates?
Release of osbuild-composer 22
We are happy to announce that we released osbuild-composer 22.
Release of osbuild 22
We are happy to announce version 22 of osbuild. This release improves the internal error-handling as well as error-reporting on the command-line.
Release of osbuild 21
We are happy to announce version 21 of osbuild. This release adds support for running on Fedora 34. Furthermore, internal errors during container setup are now properly reported. And lastly, a lot of work has been done to improve the code readability.
First release of koji-osbuild
We are happy to announce the first release of koji-osbuild, a new project to integrate osbuild-composer with koji, the build and tracking system primarily used by the Fedora Project and Red Hat.
Release of cockpit-composer 25
We are happy to announce the release of cockpit-composer 25. This release has no major features but contains useful fixes.
Release of osbuild 20
We are happy to announce version 20 of osbuild. This time with a big set of new features, including support for btrfs assemblers, as well as reworked and improved progress output on the terminal. As usual, a round of bugfixes is included as well.
Release of osbuild 19
We are happy to announce version 19 of osbuild. After a rather long period of development, this release comes with a wide range of new features and improvements, as well as the usual round of bug fixes.
Release of cockpit-composer 23
We are happy to announce the release of cockpit-composer 23. This release has no major features but contains useful fixes.
Release of osbuild-composer 16
We are happy to announce that we released osbuild-composer 16 yesterday. This release has no new features but contains a lot of useful fixes.
Release of osbuild-composer 15
Today, we released osbuild-composer 15 with several very exciting features. Most notably, Composer has now support for building RHEL For Edge and also for building images for ppc64le and s390x architectures. Also, a lot of very nice fixes are included in this release.
Release of osbuild-composer 14
Osbuild-composer 13 had numerous new exciting features but unfortunately, several annoying bugs slipped into that release too. To address all these issues, yesterday our team decided to roll-out an off-schedule bug-fix release. Say hi to osbuild-composer 14.
Release of cockpit-composer 19
We are happy to announce version 19 of cockpit-composer, again one of our regular biweekly releases. There are no major features in this release but upgrading is encouraged.
Release of cockpit-composer 18
We are happy to announce version 18 of cockpit-composer, again one of our regular biweekly releases.
How to: Image Builder + OSTree + Anaconda
In version 15, Image Builder gained support for creating OSTree commits. You can install a Linux system using those OSTree commits by using the Anaconda Installer and its Kickstart functionality. This process is rather involved, with none of the individual parts providing a complete solution yet, so let me walk you through it.
- Release of osbuild-composer 13
- Release of osbuild 15
- Release of osbuild-composer 12
- Release of osbuild 14
- Release of cockpit-composer 17
- Release of osbuild-composer 11
- Release of osbuild 13
- Release of cockpit-composer 16
- Release of osbuild-composer 10
- Release of osbuild 12
- Release of cockpit-composer 15
- Release of osbuild-composer 9
- Release of osbuild 11
- Release of osbuild-composer 8
- Release of osbuild 10
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