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Old 09-16-2008, 05:22 PM
"Brian Edginton"
 
Default A couple of questions about pungi

I hope this is the correct list, please correct me if there is a better one.

I have two issues with pungi on F9 (x86_64) that I haven't been able
to find the answer for.

1) With the advent of using a kickstart and/or command lines I cannot
find a way to set iso_basename which defaults to "Fedora"

2) I cannot see a way of building an iso with only x86_64 and noarch
rpms, I always seem to get the i386 rpms included. Can I do this with
pungi alone and not have to massage the build before I make the iso?

Thanks in advance,
-edge

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Old 09-16-2008, 05:28 PM
Jesse Keating
 
Default A couple of questions about pungi

On Tue, 2008-09-16 at 11:22 -0600, Brian Edginton wrote:
>
> 1) With the advent of using a kickstart and/or command lines I cannot
> find a way to set iso_basename which defaults to "Fedora"

Have you used the --name option? That's what defaults to Fedora.

>
> 2) I cannot see a way of building an iso with only x86_64 and noarch
> rpms, I always seem to get the i386 rpms included. Can I do this with
> pungi alone and not have to massage the build before I make the iso?

Add an --exclude *.i?86 in the repo lines in the kickstart file.

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