Re: building a squeeze image fails with alot of unresolved dependecy's
On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 10:40 AM, Malic Zilyas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks! It works.
I don't understand though, i rm -r cache/ So I thought everything would be gone.
If I understand correctly, the cache is for caching packages that you would otherwise have to download. But the cache is not used as a part of the build environment for building your distro, so to clean that you'd need to tell live builder to clean.
How can I call the hooks, and what are the hooks?
>in 3.0~a21, specifying the package list 'minimal' triggers some
>additional hooks by default that remove documentation and others from
>this was in some later versions, so that the hooks are not triggert
>automatically anymore, and users can specify fine-granulary what hooks
>they want eventhough they're using the minimal package list.
Have you looked at the Live Builder manual? Hooks are mentioned in section 9.2.
By the way, a big thank you for the excellent documentation for everyone on the Live Build team! Its really great.
2011/8/8 Daniel Baumann <email@example.com>
On 08/08/2011 08:40 AM, Malic Zilyas wrote:sounds like leftovers were in place.
> When using the same config but for wheezy instead af squeeze. Everything
> works. Any ideas?
> -r live.debian.net <http://live.debian.net> \
i assume this is a copy&paste error, it should be
> --mirror-chroot-volatile "" \
don't do that, useing --volatile false is enough to disable volatile
assuming licht-base and licht-xfce are your local package lists, then
> --package-lists "minimal standard standard-x11 licht-base licht-xfce" \
you don't need to specify them. just put them in
there's no point in de-referencing package lists, e.g standard-x11
includes standard, standard includes minimal. so you only need to
rebuild from scratch with lb clean --purge && lb build. report back if
> (already tried cleaning cache completely)
in 3.0~a21, specifying the package list 'minimal' triggers some
> Second question. All the documentation and software install packages are
> removed on the end of the build. How can I configure this?
additional hooks by default that remove documentation and others from
this was in some later versions, so that the hooks are not triggert
automatically anymore, and users can specify fine-granulary what hooks
they want eventhough they're using the minimal package list.
> Thanks a lot for the live-build!
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