openSUSE Tumbleweed JeOS (DEPRECATED, use Minimal instead)

Edit Package openSUSE-Tumbleweed-JeOS

VM images of openSUSE Tumbleweed for various platforms.

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Comments 11

Yahir Lopez's avatar

aly3nlopez wrote


Vincent Moutoussamy's avatar

gameboy974 wrote

Hi, What can I do for you? Have a nice day, Regards,

Sulaiman Alawadhi's avatar

sulaiman wrote

Its my first time using the build service. i want to build my linux distro. But I don't know how to use this. Can anyone help me please?

Henry Achin's avatar

HenryAchin wrote

How do they expect anyone to be able to use this software?!?!? Give me one good reason.

Fabian Vogt's avatar

favogt wrote

By using their computer? If that's not the answer you expect, please refine your question.

Kyle Sheld's avatar

Unkn0wnUs3r wrote

How can I customize the linux distro?

Guilherme Moro's avatar

gmoro wrote

Hello, by branching this package here and then modifying the to add packages you want, also you can add different configuration customizations in the script that runs after the packages installation. Also alternatively you can use that creates an appliance and has a WebUI where you can add packages to the image.

Thiago Masato Costa Sueto's avatar

thiagosueto wrote

It seems the WebUI is currently broken just for this template. It shows the following error:

"Package has no source revision yet"

As of now, it's only possible to branch this by clicking on the link that goes to this page and then click on "show unmerged sources".

(And I can't branch it either.)

Fabian Vogt's avatar

favogt wrote

Fixed. Someone deleted the .changes file, I added it back.

Néstor Acevedo's avatar

neoacevedo wrote

How should I add LXDE or LXQt DE and make them work?

Guilherme Moro's avatar

gmoro wrote

As explained above, branch the package, check it out with osc tool (the OBS cli) and add the packages you need, in your case we actually have a pattern ( called patterns-lxde-lxde and patterns-lxqt-lxqt Then commit your changes and you will have OBS building the images for you. OR You can use where you choose a base image, JeOS tumbleweed is there, and there's a little web interface (look for the software tab) where you can add the packages in a more intuitive way. Soon we will publish some articles about all this as the community seems to have renewed interest in custom images.

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