Andrea, > It sounds like we can just provide install= unconditionally, same as > we currently do with ks=? We'd have to verify doing so doesn't cause > any unintended side-effects for existing guest types.
I'd rather have it done in a more explicit way, just for the sake of someone else trying to debug / understand the code later on. > > (Incidentally, didn't CentOS 8 also require passing the installation > URL explicitly based on your tests, or something like that? That's a different issue. :-) CentOS 8 explicitly requires the URL to be set in the kickstart file. That's another issue, to be solved another day ... > We need > to get around to adding that OS to CI too at some point O:-) ... most likely when we add CentOS 8 VMs. :-) > > > > An important question ... can't we have / use a CentOS 8 machine? > > Would be lovely to not have to work those issues around on lcitool. > > I'd love that as well, but I'm afraid that's out of our hands since > the CentOS CI machines are handled by the CentOS CI folks... We could > try asking nicely and see what happens :) But in the short term > having a workaround in lcitool is definitely the way to go. I see. -- libvir-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/libvir-list