On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 4:16 AM, Philip Newborough <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I could be wrong, but I think I have read that using the sid/unstable
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 7:00 AM, Juergen Fiedler
> This may be another one of those "don't use sid, dummy!" items, but I
> thought I'd put it out there, anyway:
packages is the recommended way -- something to do with the snapshots
not being updated any more.
I believe the sid version of live-build is indeed the preferred one,
but I've heard that using sid as the target distro for your image
can make things more complicated than they need to be.
> IIs anybody else able to build a working sid image right now, and is there a
> trick to it that I am missing?If there is a trick, I am missing it too :/
Anyhow, as a workaround, I am currently removing the mountkernfs
reference altogether. Again, this is just a workaround while I wait
for someone with more knowledge on the subject to issue a fix. If you
are interested, there is a previous discussion on the subject.
Removing any mention of mountkernfs did the trick for me, too.
Thank you very much!
After reading , I think I also understand why it was put in X-Start-Before,
but I still don't understand how this can work: mountkernfs not only
mounts /tmp/, but also /proc/ - and without /proc/cmdline, live-boot
is not going to get very far.
Anyway: I am burning my first new live CD in over two weeks now.
Thank you very much for your help!