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Re: Fwd: How do I trim the base installation from within the businesscard cd? (Ultra minimal install)

Ottavio Caruso <pr0f3ss0r1492@yahoo.com> writes:

> Otavio Salvador wrote:
>> Ottavio Caruso <pr0f3ss0r1492@yahoo.com> writes:
>> > Thank Otavio,
>> >
>> > my understanding was that 'base_include' adds extra packages to
> the
>> > installed base, and doesn't replace it. As from a old post:
>> Yes, while base_exclude remove them.
>> So if you want to replace something:
>> base_exclude:
>> packageA
>> base_include:
>> packageAreplacement
> Thanks, two more questions if I can dare:
> 1)what about 'base_components'? Does it make sense in the business
> card cd?

It says to debootstrap what componets it should check for base
package. On Debian it's main only.

On business card I think it can or not make sense. Depending if you
need or not to change Debian defaults.

> 2)how can I access '.disk/*' from the rescue shell, once the the
> image is loaded? Can I mount the cd as a loop file? And how?

There're some docs on our wiki about how to customize an iso
image. You can grab it and use them as reference.

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