Making small modifications and rebuild
On Sun, Oct 21, 2007 at 05:58:26PM +0200, Marco Ghirlanda wrote:
> Damian Lubosch wrote:
> > Marco Ghirlanda wrote:
> >> At this point I'm quite satisfied :-). Now I'm trying to find a way to
> >> customize gnome/kde appearance like in artistx 0.3 but somehow I cannot
> >> remember how I did.
> >> Are the instructions on the wiki still valid FAQ nr.13 on
> >> http://wiki.debian.org/DebianLive/FAQ ??
> >> I fon't get the point where I need to have a ./home/casper directory. My
> >> username will be artistx so why can't I put .kde and .kderc (and .gconfd
> >> .gnome2 ...) in chroot/etc/skel and be fine?
> > One small thing: If you want to put in some additional files on your CD
> > then please put them in config/chroot-local_includes. I.E. you want
> > different /etc/skel then put the adjusted dir into
> > [livecd]/config/chroot-local_includes/etc/skel.
> > My usual way to rebuild CDs is to lh_clean first (careful! This deletes
> > you chroot!!! But also .stages. It only keeps config and cache) and then
> > to lh_build.
> > To install new packages I add them to [livecd]/config/chroot (file) in
> > the section LH_PACKAGES="emacs less mc ..."
> > You can also put some extra .deb files into
> > [livecd]/config/chroot-local_packages so that they will be installed
> > during the build. (Take care of the dependencies though ;-) )
> > I think that putting files into the chroot is not a clean way to build
> > the CD. This way it takes (me) about 10-15 minutes for a new CD build
> > but it is "clean" afterwards.
> Nice way, I'm trying it by NOW :-)
> I'll make another question which I' sure it has already been discussed
> but I didn't found it in the wiki.
> Groups. How to add my username to the netdev or other groups I may need
> to be included? I don't do it in the chroot because the user artistx is
> not present yet, in the configuration files there is no mention of
> groups and so?
Well you can put these modifications into an initscript, prolly
rc.local. I don't know if there's some d-l-specific way.