I’m trying to build fedora for a 32bit machine.
I have experience with BLFS.
I am willing to spend a week or two building fedora if it requires so.
I already made a few kernels from linux source code.
All of that to say that I am uninterested in responses such as “You can’t do that bro! It’s too difficult!”
I’m still a noob, because I do not know how to do this, hence why I’m making this thread.
I want to build an installation ISO of fedora. I downloaded wget -r --no-parent --reject “index.html*” https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/stage/32_RC-1.6/Modular/source/
I do not know what are those repositories used for.
Is it possible to just install an old version of fedora compatible with 32bit architecture and then update it from there using dnf? (I think could use the old version’s tools to build an installation ISO of the new version (provided I update tools with dnf and make a newer kernel))
Or maybe I could use mock to mimic the desired environment (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_create_a_Fedora_install_ISO_for_testing)
Fedora workstation is preferred.
I’m asking for a few directions and quick guides. Hope that isn’t a problem.