Alle 13:23, gioved? 22 giugno 2006, Pedro Macanas ha scritto:
> It would be it good the user could load / save the configuration, in a
> similar way to Knoppix, from the command line (it can autodetect where is
> the directory too)..
Already done, no command line needed, just boot with a boot parameter to
If you have an image file on a fat or a partition (or usb) labeled :
"casper-rw" - enable at boot with "persistent"
"home-rw" - enable at boot with "homepersistence"
It will, on the first, enable full persistence to all "/",
the latter, only to "/home".
Suggested file system to use for persistence: ext2, but works also with xfs,
Supported by casper-1.59-debian-1.
No isos to download yet with this casper, build up one for yourself or wait.
to create an image file use:
# dd if=/dev/zero of=/path/to/mounted/fat/home-rw bs=1M count=200
# mkfs.ext2 -b 4096 /path/to/mounted/fat/home-rw
or for an entire disk partition (or usb partition), which will be faster:
# mkfs.ext2 -b 4096 -L home-rw /dev/ofyourusb/partition # like /dev/sda1 or
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