chroot vs. image
On 3/6/07, Daniel Baumann <email@example.com> wrote:
> Gracie wrote:
> > Can you give an example of when to use --include-chroot versus
> > --include-image?
> --include-chroot includes files from your host system into the live system.
> --include-image includes files from your host system on the live cd
> itself, *not* the live system.
IOW --include-chroot is used for things like config files and scripts
that you want to put on the actual live system (the squashfs image),
whereas --include-image is used for things like readmes and
documentation that can be read off the disc like a normal file.
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