On Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 1:42 PM, Gerard Braad <me@gbraad.nl> wrote:
Hi,

here is some of the information I collected over time in gists to run Che on Minishift:

  https://gist.github.com/gbraad/18607310e0b122eb3790558e6f4d0795
  https://gist.github.com/gbraad/ac1be4bcbd47513acf1aa4a56e28094e

  # Che on Fedora 25
  https://gist.github.com/gbraad/aa5273d7021f724560dd8b5e0cafd100


Mosty I have been re-using the scripts as used in `che start`, but they were not correct for use on a SELinux enabled host. There is still an issue I filed at https://github.com/eclipse/che/issues/4461 related to this. Some discussions with Mario, Karan and Tyler followed, but had since then not allocate time to work on this

At least in the LiveCD we did have some issues with ports not being opened correctly, etc. And as you can see, all the storage needs to be relcoated to `/mnt/sda1/chedata` or something similar. One of the issues on the LiveCD to enable something for this is: https://github.com/minishift/minishift-centos-iso/pull/127 to relocate `/opt` to the persistent storage volume.


Good stuff. I would love to see an Minishift addon for Che. I think most of things you have suggested here can be done in an add-on. WDYT? Also I kind of assumed that Che will have a template to run it on OpenShift.

Thanks,
Lala

regards,


Gerard

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