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Build Image Using KIWI! Customize What You Want!

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Build Image Using KIWI! Customize What You Want!

  1. 1. Rifki Affandi openSUSE Build Your Image using KIWI. Customize what You want! Let's rock with openSUSE and KIWI!
  2. 2. Let’s rock with openSUSE And KIWI
  3. 3. About Me ● openSUSE-ID ● openSUSE Member ● Mahasiswa ● FLOSS enthusiast Contact : Telegram : @rifkiaz
  4. 4. What is KIWI?
  5. 5. KIWI is….. KIWI is a command line tool, written in Perl, for building images for Linux. It supports a variety of image formats. KIWI is used as a back-end for the appliance builder SUSE Studio. It is also used to build images in the openSUSE Build Service, among them images for all SUSE products.
  6. 6. KIWI Support for ● ISO ● Live CD/DVD ● PXEBoot ● Hard disk ● USB ● Amazon EC2(.ami) ● Docker ● Google Cloud Format(..gce) ● PXEBoot ● KVM/Qemu (.qcow2) ● Open Virtualization Format (.ovf) ● Etc
  7. 7. Workflow KIWI
  8. 8. What We Need? ● Folder and any file (kiwi-description) ● Internet connection ● Coffe ● Pray
  9. 9. Process Build Image using KIWI (ISO and RAW)
  10. 10. Join Us at
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