This was tested on a different VyOS install, so I will test again and confirm.
Jan 6 2020
I just did a build of Crux 1.2.4. The issue that appeared in 1.2.3 did not occur in 1.2.4.
Dec 19 2019
I tested this morning and I was able to build the vyos-builder:crux and crux iso.
I was able to build the container, but sudo make iso failed with:
Dec 18 2019
I got the following error:
Testing now. Will update
Dec 16 2019
Dec 7 2018
I was able to build yesterday using Docker, but not a traditional VM.
Dec 6 2018
Nope. Debian 8.11 virtual machine.
And I think the issue I am encountering is different. I am trying to build without pulling any additional modules...it builds "fine" but fails to build the ISO. I have been researching the issue and found a couple of articles that indicate that the build of the img is "delayed"...not built which is why the copy fails.
I have been using Debian 8.11 as my build machine...Could that be an issue?
Dec 5 2018
I am still getting an error building the ISO.
I am still having issues building the ISO. I have deleted the vyos-build directory and trying again from scratch.
Jun 11 2018
I agree that this is a good idea, especially for small offices.
Sep 7 2017
Unless there is a specific advantage to changing the behavior of VyOS the existing behavior should be kept. What is the advantage of going having the linux shell be the default? Also, I like the idea of making it configurable.
Aug 27 2017
Aug 21 2017
Jul 20 2017
Has a time for the meeting been set?
Jul 10 2017
Do you have any recommendations on how I can go about compiling a list
of all the commands?