OpenMandriva will use a new installer: it's Calamares!
https://forums.openmandriva.org/en/disc ... -installer
from the latest msg of TPG, it seems he made great progressThere is a distribution independent installer framework, called Calamares, which is already so good as usable.
It support UEFI (in KaOS), locales, automatic partitioning and it might be possible, to add OpenLMI Support to it.
Modules can get written in C++ and/or Python.
Calamares use Qt 5 and Kevin Kofler from Fedora already add and maintain the support for rpm5 packages.
https://forums.openmandriva.org/en/disc ... mment_4086
it's already possible to install openmandriva with Calamares,
still to do:
adding the advertisements diplaying when installation is in progress, and it's all done
if you want to try and test Calamares with the current cooker, now you can:
[16:54] <_TPG> cooker isos are using calamares as default installer
[16:54] <_TPG> https://abf.io/platforms/cooker/product ... lists/9519