OS: Manjaro XFCE x86_64: Apps: packer (plugins: qemu), virt-install, virt-viewer, virt-manager
OS: Artix Linux Hypervisor: QEMU KVM Architecture: x64 Machine Type: qc35 EFI Firmware Code: /usr/share/edk2-ovmf/x64/OVMF_CODE.fd EFI Firmware Vars: /usr/share/edk2-ovmf/x64/OVMF_VARS.fd
See GitHub - safenetwork-community/SE_bastille-installer-box: Necessary vagrant box files for the box I’m trying to build.
I’m trying to build a vagrant box using Artix Linux OS (dinit) installed and some app that needs to use partitions, so I can’t use docker for this.
The last time I worked on this, I took compromises and support dropped for one piece of software making the box permanently outdated.
That happened to be Manjaro minimal x64, so I’m now looking to use the best alternative and I have my eyes set on Artix, after the Arch forum banned me for trivialities.
So I want to do it right this time around and want nothing but the best of everything that I perceive as such.
One of which is using dinit. It seems like the best alternative to systemd to me, but unfortunately when I run
packer build and reboot the virtual machine system during the build, packer starts to hang after
setup.sh and I don’t know what cause of this is.
Since the program can be run non-headless, I can see if the reboot does anything to the virtual machine. It does.
The virtual machine boots and I can even check and see that SSH is turned on after reboot, which it is.
Unfortunately, packer is unable to connect.
Can anyone here help me with this issue?