Rebuilding of existing chroot
Yes, you can "remaster" the .iso - a hacky way to change the chroot without
1. Loop mount the iso
2. Copy the iso content into another directory
3. Replace casper/filesystem.squash with the new squash image. To do that
you can use:
mksquashfs chroot/* image/casper/filesystem.squashfs
4. Create the new iso with mkisofs... Example:
-A "Vamos Server" \
-p "Vamos - http://vamos.bountysource.com/ " \
-publisher "Vamos - http://vamos.bountysource.com/" \
-o ./vamos-server.iso -r -J -l -V "Vamos Server `date +%Y%m%d`" \
-b isolinux/isolinux.bin \
-c isolinux/boot.cat \
-no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table \
Maybe make-live is doing/will do something similar, not sure about it...
Hope this helps.
On 1/26/07, Jan Buchal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I use livepackage and works very well, thanks. I prepare some live DVD
> for blind and I have already what I need. But still I must make
> different small changes, some configurations.... For this would be very
> nice if will be possible re-run the build script for .iso only without
> downloading and installing packages. I can switch to chroot directory,
> make chroot ./ and make what is necessary but if I then run the
> make/live script again it finish quick and does nothing. Exist some way?
> Thanks again.
> Jan Buchal
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