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Re: [debian-knoppix] Which files are modified by knx-hdinstall?



Hi Hansom,

On Thu, Apr 17, 2003 at 22:40:29 +0800, Hansom Young wrote:

> I'm wondering which files are modified/deleted by knx-hdinstall during 
> the installation? I read that script but was messed up. Perhaps someone 
> out there could tell me about this?

(each destination path is prepended by /mnt/target during install time)

The runlevel directories /etc/rc[023456S].d are emptied and filled with
symlinks from the templates tarball (/usr/local/lib/knx-templates-*.tgz)

Some symlinks in /etc/rc5.d are deleted, depending on the user's choice
which services to run at boot time.

/etc/init.d/keymap.sh is replaced with one of the keymap.sh-$LANG files
from the templates, depending on $LANG setting.

Device symlinks for /dev/mouse and /dev/cdrom are created.

/etc/profile and /etc/inittab are replaced by files from the template
to remove login-less root shells (security).

/etc/motd is changed to reflect the actual kernel version.

/etc/modules is contructed from the currently loaded modules (the ones
loaded by Knoppix hardware detection).

/etc/inputrc is replaced by a file from the template to allow 8-bit
chars input.

/etc/fstab is created, depending on the chosen root/swap partitions and
the other partitions found by Knoppix.

/etc/init.d/bootmisc.sh is modified for turning on DMA for hard disks.

XF86Config[-4] (generated by Knoppix) is copied to /etc/X11.

/etc/X11/Xsession.d/45xsession is disabled (moved to /root).

/etc/X11/xdm/xdm-config is changed to fix a problem with X server
authorization in xdm.

/etc/kde[23]/kdm/kdmrc is changed to fix a problem with X server
authorization in kdm.

/etc/hosts, /etc/hostname, /etc/mailname are changed to the
user-specified host name.

/etc/network/interfaces, /etc/resolv.conf are changed (by netcardconfig)
if at least one ethernet interface was found.

/etc/inetd.conf is replaced by a file from the templates (all services
disabled by default) (security).

/etc/sudoers is changed to remove unrestricted root access for user
knoppix (security).

Knoppix menu entries depending on the former sudo config are removed.

Knoppix-generated i18n is copied to /etc/sysconfig.

/etc/alternatives/soffice.* is replaced by the actual languange config
(dunno exactly, Klaus included this).

/etc/hosts.allow is changed to be less restrictive (from templates).

/tmp is created as a "normal" directory (not a symlink to /var/tmp).

/etc/mtab is created as a regular file (not a symlink to /proc/mounts).

/etc/skel/.kde/share/config/kpersonalizerrc is changed so that kde
first time config is active when a user starts kde for the first time.

/home/knoppix is created and /etc/skel contents are copied into.

Passwords are set for users root and knoppix, /etc/shadow is modified.

An initrd.gz is created if certain kernel modules are needed at boot
time (before mounting the root filesystem). If installing to a SCSI
hard disk and/or using ext3, reiserfs, xfs as root filesystem,
initrd.gz is created.

/etc/lilo.conf is created by genliloconf.

Boot floppy creation does not change any files on hard disk.

> BTW. Can I have two or more cloop fs images? I hope that I can build a 
> CD containing /KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX.root, /KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX.usr, and 
> /KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX.local.

The cloop module currently handles only one cloop image file.

bye,
  Chris
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