ANNOUNCE: Oz 0.16.0 release

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    I'm pleased to announce release 0.16.0 of Oz.  Oz is a program for doing automated installation of guest operating systems with limited input from the user.  Release 0.16.0 is a bugfix and feature release for Oz.  Some of the highlights between Oz 0.15.0 and 0.16.0 are:

* Windows 10 and 2016 support
* All timeouts are now configurable
* Ubuntu 16.04, 16.10, 17.04 support
* Mageia 2, 3, 4, 5 support
* Properly find UEFI firmware, which should fix aarch64 installs
* Fedora 24, 25, 26 support
* FreeBSD 11 support
* Replace internal use of pycurl with requests
* OpenSUSE Leap support
* Timeouts are now based on time, not the number of iterations of the loop
* Modern Fedora and RHEL guests will print out a lot more anaconda debugging information to the terminal that oz-install was launched from

A tarball and zipfile of this release is available on the Github releases page: .  Packages for Fedora rawhide and 26 have been built in Koji and will eventually make their way to stable.  Instructions on how to get and use Oz are available at .

If you have questions or comments about Oz, please feel free to contact me at clalancette at, or open up an issue on the github page: .

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release through bug reports, patches, and suggestions for improvement.

Chris Lalancette
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