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Re: [atomic-devel] boot_location in treefile



Thanks, i'm test boot_location under ostree in fedora 23 (default
package that provides fedora) and get unbootable system with new style
location, so now i'm using both (not try with latest ostree).
Last question - if i use rpm-ostree pkg-add , and want now upgrade via
ostree upgrade, what i need to do?

rpm-ostree status:
‚óŹ fedora:fedora/24/x86_64/server
       Version: 2016.08.28.01 (2016-08-29 12:39:59)
    BaseCommit: 73c63c5175c8bea0d3bf6b4c8f13ba4bd20df20d25c247c074c1a188fd6332a0
        Commit: 2b439693bdb43644225d04999f66ac56143793099609573f0f6b3a731e958fdd
        OSName: fedora
      Packages: gcc libffi-devel patch ruby-devel redhat-rpm-config

  fedora:fedora/24/x86_64/server
       Version: 2016.08.28.01 (2016-08-29 08:45:07)
    BaseCommit: 73c63c5175c8bea0d3bf6b4c8f13ba4bd20df20d25c247c074c1a188fd6332a0
        Commit: de0d89bc9d02fad6eef30f007ec53ee56e8b4e71530aebb81d8c23d8ba051006
        OSName: fedora
      Packages: gcc ruby-devel


ostree admin upgrade
error: No origin/refspec in current deployment origin; cannot upgrade via ostree

I don't need this packages now, but i ant to keep it on server...


2016-08-30 0:16 GMT+03:00 Colin Walters <walters verbum org>:
> Hi,
>
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2016, at 08:39 AM, Vasiliy Tolstov wrote:
>> boot_location: string,
>
> Thanks for the questions and interest, I think we're happy to answer,
> though one thing to keep in mind is this list is a bit more of a high
> level coordination between various projects.
>
> So some of the detailed rpm-ostree questions might be more efficiently
> directed at say the issues list for rpm-ostree{,-toolbox} - see e.g.
> https://github.com/projectatomic/rpm-ostree/issues/413
> for use of issue-as-question.
>
> Other things like the COPR though are great to post here!
>
>> What rpm-ostree/ostree version i need to use bool_location new ?
>
> I think it *should* work with the most recent tagged versions in theory, but
> since we're not using it in Project Atomic right now it doesn't yet have much
> testing.
>



-- 
Vasiliy Tolstov,
e-mail: v tolstov selfip ru


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