❦ 12 novembre 2015 16:34 +0100, Thomas Goirand <firstname.lastname@example.org> : >>> I just created wiki page where we could put those requirements. It's >>> simple but should do the job. >>> >>> 1. https://wiki.debian.org/Cloud/Images_requirements >> >> Currently, both the Openstack images and the image built for Azure are >> using extlinux instead of Grub. I think this is mostly due to a personal >> preference from Zigo. extlinux works fine but this is a deviation of >> what a user would expect of a regular Debian installation. >> >> Should cloud images be allowed to change the bootloader? > > Definitively, yes. Please propose patches. I am fine with this deviation (and don't have time either). Moreover, other systems, notably bootstrap-vz, already have this possibility. I think work should not be done in multiple places and I would favor bootstrap-vz whenever possible (but currently, your Openstack images are the most official ones, so I am using them and they are working just fine; on our platform, they boot in less than 15 seconds, cloud-init included). -- All things that are, are with more spirit chased than enjoyed. -- Shakespeare, "Merchant of Venice"
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