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Re: simple script for buisness card cd-image

I was just playing at building a complete boot/rescue 
disk.  After looking at your stuff (real cool by the way)
I see that there is more that could be trimmed.

With with woody, one has to include a number of .debs
in addition to the boot-disks to actually make the 
resulting image useable.  


Jim Westveer

On Tuesday 07 August 2001 17:36, you wrote:
> I was able to put ~20Meg worth of debs onto a business CD (50M) using my
> patches at http://telemetrybox.org. Check if you have duplicate kernels.
> Some files in the disks-i386 are probably not needed.
> On Thu, 2 Aug 2001, Jim Westveer wrote:
> > Attached is a simple script for creating a buisness
> > card CD/ROM iso9660 bootable image.  Most buisness
> > card CD's are only around 50M, so there is only room
> > for a boot image, and the <arch> boot disks.


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