Index of /repos/images

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[   ]fedora-28-efi-grub2-aarch64.qcow2.xz23-May-2018 21:31 337M 
[   ]fedora-28-efi-grub2-armv7l.qcow2.xz24-May-2018 00:47 410M 
[   ]fedora-28-efi-grub2-x86_64.qcow2.xz23-May-2018 18:14 341M 
[   ]fedora-28-efi-systemd-i686.qcow2.xz23-May-2018 18:19 298M 
[   ]fedora-28-efi-systemd-x86_64.qcow2.xz23-May-2018 18:16 311M 
[   ]fedora-29-efi-grub2-aarch64.qcow2.xz05-Nov-2018 09:12 384M 
[   ]fedora-29-efi-grub2-i686.qcow2.xz05-Nov-2018 06:57 303M 
[   ]fedora-29-efi-grub2-x86_64.qcow2.xz05-Nov-2018 06:51 315M 
[   ]fedora-29-efi-systemd-i686.qcow2.xz05-Nov-2018 07:00 294M 
[   ]fedora-29-efi-systemd-x86_64.qcow2.xz05-Nov-2018 06:54 306M 

various images

qcow2 images are for virtual machines (qemu).

The fedora 29 images for x86_64 and i686 will boot in both uefi and bios mode.

The images don't have a root password set. You can use libguestfs-tools to set one ...

virt-customize -a <image> --root-password "password:<secret>"

... so you can login after boot