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openSUSE - KIWI Image System

The openSUSE KIWI Image System provides a complete operating system
image solution for Linux supported hardware platforms as well as for
virtualization systems like Xen.

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
kiwi-docu.tar.bz2 5.7 MB 10 days ago
kiwi-find-boot-requires.sh 1.07 KB over 1 year ago Download File
kiwi-repo.tar.bz2 985 Bytes 10 days ago Download File
kiwi-rpmlintrc 1.51 KB about 3 years ago Download File
kiwi.changes 1.32 MB 10 days ago Download File
kiwi.spec 903 KB 10 days ago Download File
kiwi.tar.bz2 3.08 MB 10 days ago Download File

Latest Revision

Marcus Schaefer Marcus Schaefer (sax2) committed 10 days ago (revision 1092)
- v7.03.67 released
  

  
- Add part_msdos module for self build EFI image
  
  On ARM we have a few hooks in kiwi that allow us to adapt the
  resulting image to target boards. On some systems, we need to
  install the firmware to hardware specified sector offsets on
  the image target (sd card).
  
  Unfortunately some systems demand firmware at sector 1 which is
  where the GPT would usually reside. So we need to use an MBR partition
  layout.
  
  We can convert the GPT into an MBR using gdisk in our ARM scripts,
  but at that point grub2 would have to be able to interpret the MBR
  as well. So we need the "msdos_part" module included (bnc#975898)
  

  
- Follow up fix for not writing grub.cfg to EFI dir
  
  With the move to grub2-install and also shim-install
  the static copy of the grub configuration into the
  EFI boot directory became obsolete (bnc#968270)

Comments for Virtualization:Appliances (1)

Dominique Leuenberger dimstar wrote 8 months ago

Kiwi needs a fix for the bump of suse_version to 1330 I guess... the -requires packages contain entries like:

ERROR_NO_DEPENDENCIES_FOUND
ERROR_NO_x86_64_isoboot_sus...