#101 Proposed for Fedora 23 - Support for Windows 10 Client Hyper-V
Closed None Opened 4 years ago by znmeb.

I'm currently testing the F22 Project Atomic as a guest on Windows 8.1 Client Hyper-V. I can convert the TC 2 beta qcow2 to vhdx via qemu-img, boot the disk with the credentials ISO in a Generation 1 Hyper-V guest, log in as "fedora", sudo to "root" and do a 'docker run' pulling an image from Docker Hub.

I still need to test browsing to a host-only network adapter from the Windows desktop but that's just a matter of reading a few more manuals. And generation 2 VMs don't work and would need to work for this to be supportable. So I would like to propose supporting this use case in Fedora 23.

I don't have an effort estimate at the moment. A minimum task list so far would be:

  1. Operationalize the conversion from qcow2 to vhdx in the release process.
  2. Get generation 2 machines working. This may have to wait until Windows 10 ships.
  3. Define test scenarios and build Windows PowerShell scripts to execute them.
  4. Documentation!

I'll volunteer for 3 and 4 for now - it's on my road map for my remix anyway.


Closing this ticket as part of trac clean up process. If you want to reopen, please reopen it after we move to pagure.io as atomic-wg.

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