Quick question on building f14 isos?
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On 10/5/10 12:59 PM, mike cloaked wrote:
> For the past year or so I have built private builds of current Fedora
> install isos on an old test machine running f11 using mock/pungi, and
> this has generally worked well for me. I use this method to get fully
> up to date isos for installs that need almost no updates applying for
> the current stable Fedora version, but also I build my own test isos
> in the run-up to a new release based on the current packages in the
> development repo.
> I know that the machine on which I build "should" be updated to a
> newer version - but time is against me due to other commitments (my
> Anyway I tried to build f14 isos on this machine which currently runs
> f11 (shameful I know!), and I got lots of "kernel too old" lines in
> the terminal when creating the initial mock area when preparing for
> the build of f14.
> I guess I can't use an f11 machine to build f14 DVD install isos? If
> so do I need to run the mock/pungi build for f14 in an f13 machine, or
> will a machine running f12 work also?
> Thanks in advance if you can help me out on this one.
There was a change in glibc during the F14 development cycle that
requires running a newer kernel in order to run the f14 binaries.
You could probably cheat a new kernel onto F11 and then do the pungi
compose in a mock chroot of f14 content (I do all the pungi runs in mock
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