Re: Re: Re: [SOLVED] Some issues with live-build 2.0.7-1 in ubuntu mode
I have verified the following:
1. When building in ubuntu mode usb-hdd image with debian-installer and
live option for the d-i the boot parameter "cdrom-detect/try-usb=true"
is NOT included in live.cfg in the syslinux directory. I think it should
be there or else it tries to find the d-i files on the cdrom which is
2. Persistence: In debian mode no problems even on ext4, fat32 - no
in ubuntu mode: an ext4 partition with label "casper-rw" does work fine
if the persistent parameter is gven. The live files can be on a fat32 or
ext4 partition. Does not matter
If all the files (in the binary dir) are copied to an ext4 partition and
then booted with grub2, the live system boots fine.
Persistence does NOT work if a casper-rw file was created and resides on
the ext4 partition with the live files.
I created the casper-rw as: dd if=/dev/zero of=casper-rw bs=100MB
count=5; mkfs.ext4 -v -m0 -j -F casper-rw; in the usual way.
If the live files are copied to a fat32 partition then persistence works
in all instances, files and partitions.
By live files I mean the casper, install directories.
The installer will not work if the live files are on an ext4 partition,
but this is the same for debian mode.
Hope this is clear.