Hello, I attached the file all_chroot_update-initramfs-gujin.sh to be copied in config/chroot_local-hooks/all_chroot_update-initramfs-gujin.sh so that when typing this set of commands: sudo -s apt-get install live-build mkdir tutorial1 cd tutorial1 lb config # create the config directory lb clean # erase chroot directory lb build You end up with an iso file which can be directly booted with Gujin. The only file modified is chroot/usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/live, it will detect the signature left by Gujin in real-mode memory when this bootloader will simulate the El-Torito boot disk from the iso file. The patch I gave in Febuary was mainly not working because that is the "live" file in the initramfs that has to be modified. To test, the simplest is to install Gujin on a USB key like: ./gujin /media/mykeyname/gujin.ebios cp binary-hybrid.iso /media/mykeyname/ and reboot a real PC with that USB, then select the "binary-hybrid.iso:noemul" boot. If you want to try VirtualBox, you have to add option --VESA2_interface=0 to the "./gujin" command line at installation. "./gujin" can be downloaded from sourceforge at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gujin/files/install/2.8.3/install-2.8.3.tar.gz/download The result is quite verbose, but that can be changed by modifying the "debug" function. I am not sure if the resulting file: chroot/usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/live satisfy all your quality requirements, I am not even sure in which package this file come from - my changes are dual licensed BSD/GPL. I hope you will find this patch usefull and integrate it in the main development branch. Thanks, Etienne. N.B: I will be off the net in one week, for a bit more than a week, I will reply to questions either before or after...
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