Per suggestions in this answer, I'm using a CentOS 7 container instead of Fedora to build a CentOS 7 Atomic Host, but I get the following error:
$ git clone https://github.com/CentOS/sig-atomic-buildscripts $ cd sig-atomic-buildscripts $ git checkout downstream $ rpm-ostree compose tree --repo=/srv/rpm-ostree/repo ./centos-atomic-host.json No previous commit for centos-atomic-host/7/x86_64/standard Downloading metadata: [======== ] 20% error: gpgme_op_import() error: Inappropriate ioctl for device
All examples I've seen thus far show people using Fedora to build CentOS Atomic Hosts, so I may just stick to that, but I did notice that the boot screen looked "off" for this new image when rebooting the Atomic host. I noticed the version number was not displayed in the boot menu on the Fedora-built CentOS atomic image:
CentOS Linux 7 (Core) (ostree:0) CentOS Linux 7 (Core) 7.20161006 (ostree)
The first entry is my custom image (built on Fedora as I said) I rebased to, and the second entry is the original publicly available image (from ISO). I remembered @jlebon's comment in the answer linked above about
$releasever so figured it was something with that. Sorry, kinda two questions in one, but maybe related.