Re: Vanillux live iso
So i have now made a syslinux theme based on the progress one. I
cannot find where to get it included tho, Any pointers on that ?
you can find my theme at git clone
And i still have the problem that the iso is about double the size it should be.
On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 1:32 AM, Daniel Baumann
> On 08/10/2011 04:29 AM, fabrice quenneville wrote:
> > it was looking for the progress theme so i chaged
> > it to "debian-squeeze" in config/binary. But now the iso will not boot
> > boot in (i get the debian logo and choose live but nothing happens).
> i suggest you create your own on based on the progress one, or wait for
> the embedding of the theme files in live-build.
> > You say to set LB_DERIVATIVE to true but i cant find LB_DERIVATIVE
> > nor defaults.sh.
> daniel@debian:/srv/vcs/debian-live/live-build$ grep -c LB_DERIVATIVE
> > (our iso has tool about 250mb of weight since the
> > --mode chage guessing its progress related packages).
> the actual live part will be smaller than the debian default images,
> however, for progress mode, d-i is installed by default as well. you
> might want to disable d-i inclusion.
> > Another question is: our key is currently
> > in config/archives/vanillux.chroot.gpg but it dosent seam to register,
> > when it pulls vanillux-desktop it complains about unverified packages
> > --force-yes is required. What should i do ?
> put it into the correct location. if you use a28 or newer, it's
> > Yet another of my questions:
> > at some point im guessing an apt-get autoremove is called and this happens:
> > The following packages will be REMOVED:
> > syslinux* syslinux-themes-debian-squeeze*
> > 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 2 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
> > not sure if its good ?
> this is normal. when the image is built, the files are not taken from
> the host system but from the 'auxilliary' chroot, where package is first
> installed, files are copied to the binary image, and then deinstalled again.
> > Thank you for your help, i really need to get this problem resolved i
> > have been working on this for too long now.
> good things come to those wo can.. wait and do it properly. doing
> derivatives in hurry results in unmaintable and unsustainable crap of
> which there is already enough out there.
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