<`ani`>so when your installation media supports at least JFS and XFS, as well as including decent text editors (emacs and vim are a great start). I'll check in again, and you probably should work on LUKS encrypted drives too so they can boot into an OS (in order to use the computer).
<Laalf>lfam: i just saw that patches takes file-like objects. i will see if i can add a file after an add-after so my wish of ovmf with libvirt and qemu patches gets finally fulfilled
<lfam>My opinion is that it's usually better to include the patch than to download it. It's more reliable to just include the patch in our source code. I would only download the patch as an package input if it's very large or there are a lot of them and they can be downloaded programatically, like for our Bash package
<Laalf>i know that the patches are more than 3000 lines long and i understand 0 about it.