Extracting layer (commit data) and use it

Hello everyone. May be it’s already implemented and done, but I don’t saw any info about this. It’s possible to somehow extract layers info (commit info) into file or something like that? I need to use it from cloud on another machine on top of same silverblue base image. I believe that is possible, because silverblue is very great idea. I discovered it a few days ago, I never used any of Fedora/Red Hat before it. Thanks!

Note: using simple package list to install same software on other machine isn’t a solution because too many data changes, not only packages, kernel parameters for example and many other

1 Like

Hello @raydd ,
Welcome to the community. Since your new here I’ll give you the usual advice that user type of questions are better directed towards ask.fedoraproject.org. You can find alternative installation methods for workstation and other Fedora Linux editions at https://alt.fedoraproject.org/. Silverblue and Fedora CoreOS are not yet official editions, and are considered emerging technologies.

1 Like

Thank you, i miss something in address bar “discussion” != “ask”)

1 Like