Re: Blueray Disk image
> Windows host=no jigdo
There is a link to
Vague alternative ideas:
- Install a small Debian in a virtual machine on some MS-Windows with
network access and use it to assemble the ISOs by help of "jigdo-lite"
from package "jigdo-file".
- Boot a Debian Live system, check for jigdo-lite being present, install
"jigdo-file" if needed, mount a disk partition, and assemble the ISO there.
> Otherwise is there a sort of "online jigdo" in order to build a custom
> installation ISO with needed packages and related dependencies?
That would be the debian-cd software itself, i guess.
Somebody would have to donate the resources to create large ISOs on demand.
That's even more a load than offering a few BD sized static ISOs.
(And then one would have to make it ready to be operated remotely by
possibly greedy users ...)
Have a nice day :)