On Thu, 24 Jan 2008 18:59:47 -0600 Douglas McClendon <dmc fedora filteredperception org> wrote: > I'll take that 12 hours over the 1hr for livecd-creator any day of > the week, knowing that I'm not running about 1000 rpm post install > scripts under the limited protection of a chroot with selinux > disabled. Combined with the comfort of knowing that if I do a compose > on a different piece of hardware, that those 1000 scripts will have > no chance to sneakily incur any host build dependencies based on > their access to a random /proc (as opposed to the consistency of > always identical qemu /proc). > > You may call 12 hours for a compose unusably slow. I don't. And > computers and software get improved all the time, so maybe in 3 > years, that 12 hours will just become "order a pizza and wait for the > results". Eh, if we really wanted to do this, we'd just re-kickstart the builder each time we wanted to do a build, and then just do the build in the freshly kickstart install, removing it when done. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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