Re: Does latest live-helper tools use squashfs?
i used to build live system on lenny using this command
lh_config -a i386 -b iso --bootloader syslinux --cache-indices enabled --cache-packages enabled --debian-installer live --initramfs live-initramfs --iso-application "IndiaForceIM" --iso-preparer "FlyingFox" --iso-publisher "harshad joshi" --syslinux-timeout 10 --union-filesystem aufs --tasksel tasksel --username "flyingfox" --win32-loader enabled --hostname "flyingfox" -p myownpackagelist
Can you please help me to translate the above command using lb config?
On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 9:21 PM, Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 02/15/2012 07:42 AM, Harshad Joshi wrote:by default yes, but you can use other types of filesystems, see man
> Does latest live-helper tools use squashfs?
"the same procedure as every year, James."
> What is the mechanism that
> works behind new live-helper for debian 6?
if you build lenny images with the lenny live-helper version on a
> What will happen if i try to use old live-helper that was available with
> Lenny in Squeeze?
squeeze host system, it will just work.
if you want to build squeeze images with lennys version of live-helper,
it will probably not work and you'll suffer from many bugs we fixed since.
since nobodys doing that, probably nobody really knows. if you insist on
> Will it work or will there be errors?
knowing it, try it yourself, but don't expect any help with it.
live-helper is dead.
why? it's almost identical.
> I am finding it hard to understand new lb or lh.
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