Re: ITP: ibuild -- Custom GNU/Linux LiveCD Distribution creator
|--==> Sergio Talens-Oliag writes:
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ST> El Wed, Jan 26, 2005 at 07:54:17AM +0100, Andreas Tille va escriure:
>>On Tue, 25 Jan 2005, [ISO-8859-1] Gürkan Sengün wrote:
>>GREAT! This was the package I was waiting for ...
ST> Has anybody looked at the Ubuntu LiveCD system? I've dowloaded and tested
ST> them and it looks that they do what I always thought was the way to go for
ST> Debian, they use the debian-installer system for initial configuration and boot
ST> the LiveCD from that. It seems they use a package called casper, but I
ST> haven't had time to look at how it works internally, if someone has the time
ST> to look at it comments will be welcomed (it's in my TODO list, but my TODO
ST> list is quite long right now).
ST> BTW, the Ubuntu LiveCD I'm talking about can be downloaded from here:
Definitely I think that d-i based Live-CDs are The Way To Go. We
already have almost everything is needed, an initrd minimal system
with udebs components hw detection etc. We only need and udeb which
mounts a cloop-compressed file system and creates the relevant sym
links. Would be really cool.. I'm downloading Ubuntu's live right now.