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==== Ubuntu ====
==== Ubuntu ====
===== Ubuntu issues =====
Problems that need to be solved in this integration include:
* Ubuntu is built from .deb packages and uses Debian package management tools. StarlingX is currently hard-coded with RPM packages and tools.
See [[StarlingX/MultiOS/Ubuntu | Ubuntu]]
* TBD...
===== Ubuntu high level plan =====
* TBD...

Revision as of 18:10, 28 May 2019

MultiOS Sub-project

Welcome to the MultiOS sub-project!

Team members

  • Project Lead: Cesar Lara (<cesar.lara@intel.com>)
  • Technical Lead : TBD. Candidates are: Brent Rowsell, Saul Wold
  • Contributors: Saul Wold, Dean Troyer, Mario Alfredo C Arevalo, Jesus Ornelas Aquayo, Yong Hu, Yi C Wang; Yan Chen, Mingyuan Qi, Cesar Lara, Scott Little, Abraham Arce Moreno, Bruce Jones

Weekly call

Every Monday 4PM Pacific time https://zoom.us/j/342730236

Project notes https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/stx-multios


Our goals for this sub-project are:

  • Enable StarlingX to be built on and run on multiple host operating systems
    • Our initial target operating systems are CentOS (currently supported), Clear Linux and Ubuntu
  • Enable StarlingX to provide software management services for multiple package file formats
    • This requires building abstraction layers in the StarlingX Flock to allow package management to be defined per-OS (or per package manager)


This work is dependent on work being done in the Python2 to Python3 Transition and Devstack Integration sub-projects, and will become easier as the Upstreaming project gets the StarlingX forks closed.

Work items

  • All Storyboard stories created for this team should use the tag "stx.multios" and the prefix [MultiOS].
  • The work items for this team can be found in Storyboard here.
  • The bugs open against the project can be found in TBD

Operating System Dependent Notes and Issues


See Debian

Clear Linux

See ClearLinux


See Ubuntu