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openSUSE Conference 2017 - YaST News

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This is a short summary of the changes in YaST we did in the last year.

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openSUSE Conference 2017 - YaST News

  1. 1. Josef Reidinger Senior Software Engineer jreidinger@suse.cz YaST News Summary of the Last Year (2016/2017)
  2. 2. Content 1. Usability 2. Config File API (CFA) 3. New Features 4. New Storage Stack
  3. 3. Usability
  4. 4. Improving Error Reporting ● Popup for non-blocking installation errors ● Allowing to fix Registration URL ● Checking mandatory installation packages ● Recovery for broken bootloader configuration ● Checking parameters for serial console ● Kudos to usability team
  5. 5. Reducing Installer Memory Footprint ● We get reports that 512MB is no longer enough ● We again fit into this ● But it also depends on online repositories
  6. 6. Improved Low-vision Accessibility in Installer
  7. 7. Config Files API (CFA)
  8. 8. Quick Intro ● Layered approach ● Precise comment manipulation ● Using existing Augeas lenses ● Contributing to upstream
  9. 9. Smarter Writing ● Keeping whitespaces ● Keeping various empty lines ● Done by marking what is modified
  10. 10. Optimized for Big Files ● Old bug for /etc/hosts ● Better with CFA, but not enough ● Ruby profiler rocks ● Real measurement for /etc/hosts with 10k entries: ○ SCR: 76s ○ CFA (before): 38s ○ CFA (now): 19s
  11. 11. New Usage of CFA ● Originally only Bootloader ● /etc/hosts ● /etc/ntp.conf ● /etc/zypp.conf ● /etc/puppet/puppet.conf ● /etc/salt/*
  12. 12. New Features
  13. 13. Trusted Booting on EFI ● Verifying integrity of all system layers ( bootloader, kernel, ... ) ● Thanks to TPM2 ● UI feels the same as for TPM1 used for legacy boot
  14. 14. CaaSP and Kubic ● Platform for container orchestration ● Simplified installer ● Many adaptations
  15. 15. New Desktop Selection
  16. 16. Debugger and Profiler Integration ● Environment variables to enable debugger and profiler ● Running debugger if YaST crashes ● On system and also in installation
  17. 17. Weblate for Translators ● YaST switched to openSUSE weblate ● https://l10n.opensuse.org/
  18. 18. New Module for Alternatives ● Result of GSoC ● Kudos to Joaquín Yeray
  19. 19. Salt Integration into Autoinstallation ● Salt is a configuration management system ● Details in a separate talk Adding Salt to AutoYaST by Imobach González Sosa
  20. 20. New Storage Stack
  21. 21. Separate Presentation The YaST team is currently redesigning the storage code, down from the library up to the UI. This will allow many new features, e.g. btrfs multi device support, encrypted root, bcache and whole disk usage. See Next Generation Storage for YaST by Arvin Schnell Today 14:00 here
  22. 22. References ● YaST: https://github.com/yast/ ● CFA: https://github.com/config-files-api/ ● Weblate: https://l10n.opensuse.org/
  23. 23. Contact Us ● http://yast.github.io ● irc://freenode.net/#yast ● Email: yast-devel@opensuse.org ● https://lizards.opensuse.org/author/yast-team
  24. 24. Join Us at www.opensuse.org
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