Debian live with a newer kernel?
On Tue, Jun 19, 2007 at 10:00:41AM -0400, Chris Ross wrote:
> I took a look at just apt-get install'ing linux-image-2.6-686, to
> update the kernel on the squashfs (and then copying the pieces out
> into the ISO), but after doing that the system no longer boots into
> multiuser, it just stops in busy-box halfway up. So, there's clearly
> a stage I don't understand about how the LiveCD is put together.
The following applies to old, old casper images, and is probably out
of date: something needs to copy the kernel and ramdisk out of the
squashfs filesytem to the casper/ dir of the outermost iso image. If
the names in casper/ change, you'll also want to update the syslinux
Doubtless live-helper has scripts to do the dirty work for you, but I
don't know what they are.
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