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Name:           mkosi
Version:        22
Release:        %autorelease
Summary:        Create bespoke OS images

License:        LGPL-2.1-or-later

BuildArch:      noarch
BuildRequires:  python3-devel
BuildRequires:  pyproject-rpm-macros
BuildRequires:  python3-pytest
BuildRequires:  pandoc

%bcond tests 1

# mkosi wants the uncompressed man page to show via 'mkosi documentation'
%global __brp_compress true

Requires:       python3
Requires:       bubblewrap
Requires:       coreutils

# for completion
Recommends:     python3dist(argcomplete)

# for various image building tools (systemd-hwdb, systemd-sysusers, ...)
Recommends:     systemd

# for systemd-nspawn
Recommends:     systemd-container >= 254

# for bootable images (systemd-udev ships bootctl)
Recommends:     systemd-udev >= 254
Recommends:     systemd-ukify >= 254

# for disk images
Recommends:     systemd-repart >= 254

# for the --acl option to allow removing directories generated by mkosi
Recommends:     acl

# for when kernels are installed and we need to run depmod
Recommends:     kmod

# for signing
Recommends:     openssl
Recommends:     sbsigntools
Recommends:     gnupg

# for building specific distributions
Recommends:     (dnf5 or dnf)
Recommends:     apt
Recommends:     debian-keyring
Recommends:     pacman
Recommends:     archlinux-keyring
Recommends:     zypper

# for various filesystems
Recommends:     btrfs-progs
Recommends:     e2fsprogs
Recommends:     dosfstools
Recommends:     mtools
Recommends:     erofs-utils
Recommends:     xfsprogs
Recommends:     squashfs-tools

# for various output formats
Recommends:     cpio
Recommends:     tar

# for mkosi qemu
Recommends:     qemu-kvm-core
Recommends:     edk2-ovmf
Recommends:     swtpm

# for mkosi ssh
Recommends:     openssh-clients
Recommends:     socat

# for output compression
Recommends:     zstd
Recommends:     xz

A fancy wrapper around "dnf --installroot", "apt", "pacman", and "zypper" that
generates disk images with a number of bells and whistles.

Generated images are tailored to the purpose: GPT partitions,
systemd-boot or grub2, images for containers, VMs, initrd, and extensions.

Mkosi can boot an image via QEMU or systemd-nspawn, or simply start a shell in
chroot, burn the image to a device, connect to a running VM via ssh, extract
logs and coredumps, and also serve an image over HTTP.

See for documentation.

%package initrd
Summary:       Build initrds locally using mkosi
Requires:      %{name} = %{version}-%{release}
Requires:      (dnf5 or dnf)

%description initrd
This package provides the plugin for kernel-install to build initrds with
mkosi locally.

After the package is installed, the plugin can be enabled by writing
'initrd_generator=mkosi-initrd' to '/etc/kernel/install.conf'.

%autosetup -p1




%pyproject_save_files mkosi

mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{_mandir}/man1
ln -s -t %{buildroot}%{_mandir}/man1/ \

# Install the kernel-install plugin
install -Dt %{buildroot}%{_prefix}/lib/kernel/install.d/ \
mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{_prefix}/lib/mkosi-initrd
mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{_sysconfdir}/mkosi-initrd

%files -f %pyproject_files
%license LICENSE

%files initrd
%ghost %dir %{_prefix}/lib/mkosi-initrd
%ghost %dir %{_sysconfdir}/mkosi-initrd

%if %{with tests}
%pytest tests/ -v

# just a smoke test for syntax or import errors
%py3_test_envvars %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/mkosi --help >/dev/null