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Daniil Baturin
Posted 8 Nov, 2013

Images and git digest #5

Images: i386, i386-virt, amd64.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 5 Nov, 2013

Package mirrors used at build time are now configurable

On Nov 5th 2012 Brocade announced the acquisition of Vyatta.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 5 Nov, 2013

Images and git digest #4

Images: amd64, i386.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 4 Nov, 2013

New images and git digest #3

New images: i386, amd64. I think “vyos-$branch-$arch-$flavor-YYYYMMDD.iso” will be the standard naming for dev builds, unless anyone has better ideas.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 2 Nov, 2013

Have you considered setting up a bounty system, whereby users could offer to pay to have various bugs fixed / enhancements made?

We discussed it briefly once, but didn’t come to conclusion. Actually we haven’t discussed commercialization so much yet, as we don’t yet have a viable product.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 2 Nov, 2013

git digest #2

You are probably tired of it already, but I removed some branding. I always was under impression “install system” script was using the same library to “install ...
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 2 Nov, 2013

virt-iso and Xen PV images

I’ve got virt-iso and Xen images to build. Required packages (namely linux-image-…-586-vyatta-virt and open-vm-tools/open-vm-modules) are in the repos, so you c...
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 1 Nov, 2013

Early Vyatta GUI

The GUI is being discussed frequently, and that reminded me I’ve never seen the pre-glendale Vyatta GUI. If you haven’t seen it too, here’s some screenshots. Pr...
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 31 Oct, 2013

git digest

Now to the source code changes.
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Daniil Baturin
Posted 31 Oct, 2013

AMD64 repo and new images

AMD64 package repo is ready and you should be able to build amd64 ISOs now. Just use amd64 squeeze host to do that.
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