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Is there a SuSE Development list?

Samuel Partida-2
Hi people, i've been searching for a suse-dev list but I can't see it.
I would like to know if there are documents describing procedures on
SuSE development.

I'm now interested on knowing the procedure for the creation of the
images that linuxrc loads (root, rescue etc...) because i'm on a
project very related to SuSE, but I need to hack on the installation
process.

Thanks.

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Re: Is there a SuSE Development list?

Stephan Binner-2
On Thursday, 10. August 2006 10:10, Samuel Partida wrote:

> Hi people, i've been searching for a suse-dev list but I can't see it.

http://en.opensuse.org/Communicate#Mailing_Lists and whole opensuse.org site.

Bye,
   Steve

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Re: Is there a SuSE Development list?

Samuel Partida-2
From all the lists that I saw there I thought that could be the
opensuse-factory or the opensuse-buildservice so I decided to ask on
the general.

I'm going to ask both as your reply let me with the same knowledgement
as before.

Thanks.

2006/8/10, Stephan Binner <[hidden email]>:

> On Thursday, 10. August 2006 10:10, Samuel Partida wrote:
>
> > Hi people, i've been searching for a suse-dev list but I can't see it.
>
> http://en.opensuse.org/Communicate#Mailing_Lists and whole opensuse.org
> site.
>
> Bye,
>    Steve
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Per Jessen
Samuel Partida wrote:

> From all the lists that I saw there I thought that could be the
> opensuse-factory or the opensuse-buildservice so I decided to ask on
> the general.
> I'm going to ask both as your reply let me with the same knowledgement
> as before.

I think you'll have to do some research first - what you're asking is
not discussed very often on any list, but I think you can easily find
the material on the web - after all, it's not only SUSE that is
building distros :-)


/Per Jessen, Zürich


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Re: Is there a SuSE Development list?

Samuel Partida-2
Hi Per, thanks for your answer... I can assure to you that I'm
searching a lot at OpenSuSE and Novell Forge.

I'm with you that what i'm searching is on the web but maybe i'm
spinning around the wrong way... so i need a little help :)

Thanks anyway :)

2006/8/10, Per Jessen <[hidden email]>:

> Samuel Partida wrote:
>
> > From all the lists that I saw there I thought that could be the
> > opensuse-factory or the opensuse-buildservice so I decided to ask on
> > the general.
> > I'm going to ask both as your reply let me with the same knowledgement
> > as before.
>
> I think you'll have to do some research first - what you're asking is
> not discussed very often on any list, but I think you can easily find
> the material on the web - after all, it's not only SUSE that is
> building distros :-)
>
>
> /Per Jessen, Zürich
>
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Re: Is there a SuSE Development list?

jdd sur free
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Samuel Partida a écrit :

> Hi people, i've been searching for a suse-dev list but I can't see it.
> I would like to know if there are documents describing procedures on
> SuSE development.
>
> I'm now interested on knowing the procedure for the creation of the
> images that linuxrc loads (root, rescue etc...) because i'm on a
> project very related to SuSE, but I need to hack on the installation
> process.
>
> Thanks.
>
to know what the lists are good for, the best way is to drop
an eye at http://lists.opensuse.org, to the archives
jdd

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Samuel Partida-2
You're right :)

Already I have found the right list, but thanks anyway :)

2006/8/10, jdd sur free <[hidden email]>:

> Samuel Partida a écrit :
> > Hi people, i've been searching for a suse-dev list but I can't see it.
> > I would like to know if there are documents describing procedures on
> > SuSE development.
> >
> > I'm now interested on knowing the procedure for the creation of the
> > images that linuxrc loads (root, rescue etc...) because i'm on a
> > project very related to SuSE, but I need to hack on the installation
> > process.
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> to know what the lists are good for, the best way is to drop
> an eye at http://lists.opensuse.org, to the archives
> jdd
>
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> http://dodin.org/galerie_photo_web/expo/index.html
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Re: Re: Is there a SuSE Development list?

Per Jessen
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Samuel Partida wrote:

> Hi Per, thanks for your answer... I can assure to you that I'm
> searching a lot at OpenSuSE and Novell Forge.
>
> I'm with you that what i'm searching is on the web but maybe i'm
> spinning around the wrong way... so i need a little help :)
>
> Thanks anyway :)

To get some better pointers maybe you could describe a bit more what it
is exactly you're trying to accomplish - building an image of a
filesystem that you can then loop mount is easy, creating an initrd is
also straight forward.  


/Per Jessen, Zürich


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Re: Is there a SuSE Development list?

Samuel Partida-2
I have found the right list already, but thanks anyway.

What I am searching for is documentation about the images that linuxrc
runs on installation and/or boot process. I know which kind of images
are, but I need to know how they are made, what is being done when
linuxrc runs, and how an image has to be so linuxrc run it.

I'm still reading at the sources on linuxrc but I thought that there
should be a better documentation to make my way easy :)

2006/8/10, Per Jessen <[hidden email]>:

> Samuel Partida wrote:
>
> > Hi Per, thanks for your answer... I can assure to you that I'm
> > searching a lot at OpenSuSE and Novell Forge.
> >
> > I'm with you that what i'm searching is on the web but maybe i'm
> > spinning around the wrong way... so i need a little help :)
> >
> > Thanks anyway :)
>
> To get some better pointers maybe you could describe a bit more what it
> is exactly you're trying to accomplish - building an image of a
> filesystem that you can then loop mount is easy, creating an initrd is
> also straight forward.
>
>
> /Per Jessen, Zürich
>
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