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cork create error: failed to create symbolic link #958
I'm using a pretty basic Vagrantfile, and I've tried it on CentOS and Debian with the exact same results
Logs are as follows:
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Sorry to keep bothering you @dm0-
So I'm running into an issue when I try building the kernel with some additional configuration options specified.
And I forked
Then I attempted to tell
In any case,
and the contents of
I took a look at the full build log
While my VM is still rebuilding the image from scratch, i attempted to run my previously created ISO, and I'm not seeing my custom
I did notice that theres a
Sorry to keep bugging you @dm0-
So I've got my image successfully building, and I've verified the ISO that I'm booting has my modifications in
However I can't figure out how to tell the
I noticed that there's a
I guess my question boils down to: is there a way to install a custom ISO offline (forcing the installer to use the data in the booted ISO, rather than downloading a bin file from the coreos website)
If not, is the correct option then to host my own images and use the
Once again, appreciate all your help.
The ISO images aren't structured to allow this. coreos-install always installs a downloaded or externally-provided image.
For future reference, coreos-dev is the right place to get help building a custom Container Linux image. I'll close this issue.