Re: lh_config --binary-images multiple targets?
>>>>> Juergen Fiedler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Now, of course, I am wondering whether I actually need multiple
> At the moment, I create one ISO file and one tar file. The tar file
> is just there to update one thumb drive; I just mount it and untar
> the tar file onto it; for me, this works much faster than creating a
> usb-hdd image.
> Would it make sense to just create an ISO image and copy the binary/
> directory onto the thumb drive, or would that break something?
I'd try to make both of the images and then compare the
`md5sum.txt' files produced. I guess that there shouldn't be
any significant differences.
As a side note, I'd recommend to use `rsync' instead of simply
copying over the old system, so that the files that didn't
change aren't written over, thus saving erase cycles.
> All the settings for the thumb drive and the ISO file are identical,
> except for LH_BINARY_IMAGES, of course.