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12:27 lazyb0yjuri_: fai-cd is not exactly a live-cd, I think. I'd expect a live-cd to be a running network fai server on a live cd. fai-cd is rather a custom installation cd
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14:22 juri_lazyboy: true. but you could build it into a live cd, with effort. i use it as a live cd, for recovery/backup purposes.
14:51 lazyb0yjuri_: yes, we were thinking about this at debconf. something like bulding the nfsroot with dirinstall in a class-based fashion. then it would be easy to build customized live-cd's
14:52 lazyb0y(but not necessarily one that would install the machine the cd is running on, then)
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18:52 tek-opsHello everyone
18:52 tek-opswe're migrating away from mandriva, and are looking at FAI as a more efficient way to do so
18:53 tek-opshowever we have both 32bit and 64bit systems in our evironment
18:53 tek-opsI'd prefer use a 32bit box as the FAI install server, however I'm wondering if it will be capable of doing the installs on 64 bit systems
18:56 juri_negative. nfsroot creation requires use of a 64bit machine.
18:57 juri_you can copy a nfsroot from a 64bit machine to the 32bit one...
18:57 tek-opsI can?
18:57 juri_personally, if it were me, i'd concider using qemu to generate your 64bit image. it will be dead-slow on a 32bit box, but it'd function.
18:57 tek-opshmmm
18:58 tek-opsso the install server doesn't actually run anything from the NFS root, it's just there as the template?
18:59 psiboxhaving a 64bit nfsroot on a 32bit machine works, but it's really no fun. you can't chroot into the nfsroot and check things, for example
18:59 psiboxif you have a 64bit machine, my advice is definitely to use that as the server for 32 and 64
19:00 tek-opsyea good point
19:02 tek-opsif I use boot CDs for the 64bit system would it get around this?
19:02 tek-opssystems that is
19:04 psiboxnever used boot cds
19:18 tek-opsok, great, thanks guys
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19:20 lazyb0yhmm, didn't have qemu even some emulation layer to execute single binaries of another architecture?
19:21 lazyb0ycouldn't that probably used to chroot into another arch's nfsroot (or even creating one, by running the other arch's debootstrap?
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19:26 lazyb0yhmm, there is something like that: qemu-user in the qemu package. but not clear how it's really supposed to work...
19:28 psiboxhm. jetzt haengt sich fsck an den UUID= eintraegen in /etc/fstab auf. super.
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