Fedora CoreOS is a minimalistic Linux distribution based on Fedora and CoreOS. Fedora CoreOS is container-focused, updates itself automatically, and uses RPM packages. Jul 19, 2019 · First start by enabling the EPEL repository on your CentOS/RHEL guest operating system to install some required packages needed for the installation process as shown. # yum -y install epel-release 2. Next, update each package on your guest system including the kernel to the latest version that is both available and resolvable, as shown.
Fedora. Since Fedora version 24, rkt packages are available in the main repository. We recommend using recent Fedora releases or a manually installed package in order to have an up-to-date rkt binary. sudo dnf install rkt rkt's entry in the Fedora package database tracks packaging work for this distribution. Caveat: SELinux
The installation and configuration of CoreOS is done mainly with the file cloud-config.yaml which is parsed on each start of CoreOS. It is possible to edit the file cloud-config after the installation to modify the configuration of CoreOS. The file is located at the following path: /var/lib/coreos-install/user_data.