Hi there! I recently read about MicroOS and meet the immutable idea to be a great way to have a clean and safer operating system. However, many cloud providers in my country don’t support network boots, so I have to use images that are available from these providers. As a result, I’m planning to create a script that can make Debian as similar as possible to MicroOS.
**my first question is, how can I do this? I need a roadmap to follow! **
and my second question is what is the main repository link for the MicroOS core project?
First, welcome to the openSUSE Forums.
You’re correct – there ain’t no Roadmap – only the openSUSE Conference sessions: <https://events.opensuse.org/> – click on “Older Conferences” to view the sessions at the previous conferences.
Apart from that, there’s the MicroOS Wiki entry: <https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:MicroOS>.
There’s a hint of a Roadmap on the openSUSE Leap Micro Wiki entry: <https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:LeapMicro>.
Roadmap is simple, we’re twice as fast as Leap but in fact still based on the same SLE 15 code-stream.
can you send me link of open suse repository?
@ njfamirm If your VPS provider provides a rescue instance you can boot your rescue instance, make a ramdisk, download the MicroOS ISO into the ramdisk, install qemu, run qemu, and forward a port via SSH tunnel. Use spice to access your install. I used to do this while installing SUSE on my VPS host.
no don’t have this feature!
can you get me link of main MicroOS repo?
openSUSE MicroOS as such is available from here: <https://get.opensuse.org/microos/>.
- The repositories are setup when you install it.