[erik@fedora32 ~]$ coreos-installer iso show fedora-coreos-32.20200625.1.0-live.x86_64.iso
Error: No embedded Ignition config.
Behind the scenes, is there any Ignition file that represents the default behavior?
Is it available somewhere?
(Preferably in the format of a human readable Fedora CoreOS Config that could be
translated by /usr/bin/fcct)
Such a file would be a good starting point, if you just want to make a minimal modification of the default behavior.
I see different behaviors between an unmodified fedora-coreos-32.20200625.1.0-live.x86_64.iso
and one where the Ignition file
has been embedded. The unmodified one boots up into a shell but the modified one boots up to a login prompt.
The scenario I am thinking about is when a user is happy with the default behavior of the live ISO but just wants to make a small adjustment. In such a situation it would be convenient to be able to start editing from an Ignition file that represents the default behavior.
I see there is an example about autologin. Yes, that will probably help me get autologin back.