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It's utterly ridiculous how complicated it is to get cri-o and Kubernetes to work on Fedora CoreOS.

Everything is supposed to be layered on top of the base OS but that speaks against the idea of image-based systems.

OpenShift solved this issue by… using a custom build of cri-o, Kubernetes and Fedora CoreOS, that uses these components from outside the distro.

And I'm sitting here, fiddling around and probably built a custom OS as well, just because there seems to be no way around it. :/

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@sheogorath When I stray near Red Hat projects this is sort of the feeling I get. "It's open source". But implementing the free open source upstream seems so complicated and vaguely documented you'd swear it had been deliberately sabotaged.

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