Overriding Configuration Files
I am in a situation where I want to switch image formats and
bootloaders relatively frequently; ideally, I would like to do this
without editing the configration files every time.
Right now, I have solved the issue by changing the definitions of the
variables to only assign them conditionally, e.g.:
if [ -z $LH_BINARY_IMAGES ]; then LH_BINARY_IMAGES="iso"; fi
in conf/binary; I can then call something like
to override the image format.
It seems like a somewhat kludgy way to do that. Is there a more
elegant way for doing something like that?
(still typing from a Debian Live system)
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