openQA: emulated aarch64 worker

Are you in dire need of an aarch64 worker on your own openQA instance, but no suitable hardware lying around? If speed is not your main concern, then don’t worry - you can just enable a qemu-emulated aarch64 worker on your openQA instance (probably x86_64). [Read More]

BCI test tutorial

Base Container Images (BCI) are a SUSE offer for a variety of container images suitable for building custom applications atop of the SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE). [Read More]

Running an aarch64 image in qemu

Running a x86_64 image in qemu machine can be as easy as: qemu-system-x86_64 openSUSE-Leap-15.3-JeOS.x86_64-kvm-and-xen.qcow2 # A more extended example qemu-system-x86_64 -m 1G -cpu host -enable-kvm -smp cores=2,threads=1,sockets=1 -drive file=openSUSE-Leap-15. [Read More]

openQA and dehydrated

In this blog post I’m gonna show you, how you can enable https for your openQA instance using dehydrated and the internal SUSE CA. The same procedure should also work for Let’s Encrypt. [Read More]

VS Code and poetry

poetry is (yet another) python packaging and dependency management system. In this blog post I’m gonna describe how I am working with poetry repositories within VS Codium, the freely licensed variant of VS Code. [Read More]

Booting custom Azure VM images

This blog post ist about uploading a custom VM disk image to the Azure cloud and create a VM to boot from this image. If you just want to upload a image, checkout the az_upload_img bash script at the very end of this post for a easy-to-use script without the need to dive into details. [Read More]