Nevermind. It just passes JSON into the image rest API which supports
a licenses field. My bad.
On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 3:03 PM, Paul Dejean <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Zach is there a way of specifying a license for images created via
> daisy? This functionality is needed to create an image that supports
> nested virtualization.
> Such as:
> gcloud compute images create $IMAGENAME
> --source-image-project=debian-cloud --source-image-family=debian-9
> I was reading over the documentation and this feature doesn't seem to
> be implemented:
> On the bright side the google cloud SDK is also DFSG compliant, but as
> you were explaining it's not the ideal tool for this job.
> On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 2:00 PM, Emmanuel Kasper <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Le 14/05/2018 à 19:49, Paul Dejean a écrit :
>>> So it seems vagrant boxes build just fine on GCE instances that have
>>> nested virtualization enabled, via a gitlab shell runner.
>>> Proof: https://salsa.debian.org/paulcdejean-guest/vagrant-boxes/-/jobs/16762
>>> This means it's possible for us to fully automate the build and
>>> deployment process for vagrant boxes. Here's a rough plan:
>> Vagrant box maintainer here speaking :), very cool Paul !
>> I always wanted to see CI for the build process, so I am very interested
>> by this. Don't forget to send pull requests on salsa if you want to fix
>> stuff in the vagrant boxes.
>> Some comments:
>>> I do have some questions though. Is it fine to build/provision these GCE
>>> runners using the gcloud cli tool? Or does the cloud team have some
>>> infrastructure as code tool that they prefer to use instead in order to
>>> avoid vendor lockin?
>> Concerning tools:
>> I don't know gcloud, but the build chain should be DFSG compatible.
>> For an official debian solution, we would also need to run the gitlab
>> runner on machines that Debian controls. Currently I know that casanula
>> (a big Debian Project server) and AWS with an Official debian account
>> are used to build Debian VMs.
>> @list: Do we have some official account for GCE like we have for Amazon
>> You know an upstream is nice when they even accept m68k patches.
>> - John Paul Adrian Glaubitz, Debian OpenJDK maintainer