openSUSE Tumbleweed Gets First D-Installer Public Experimental Release
There is now the first D-Installer public release with an openSUSE Tumbleweed installation adapted for this new code path. For now this is still being treated as experimental. D-Installer is still focused on providing a system service, a D-Bus interface, and a web user interface. D-Installer continues leveraging YaST libraries. The web user interface is built as a React application with PatternFly.
Work is still being carried out particularly focused on improved error reporting, better software handling, and other user interface work. Currently SUSE/openSUSE doesn't plan to bring the partitioner to the web interface but will support all guided partitioning options.
To download the experimental D-Installer based image or to learn more about this effort for their new install tech, visit yast.opensuse.org.