Hey eznix, thank you for taking the time to reply.Excatly, when I do not include these large file(s), the start job does not appear and it boots normally.Yes, I have experimented with boot appends like nouveau.modeset=0 or blacklisting it outright, but the described behavior persists.I have done some extensive testing, and these are my findings so far:1.)Running lb-config with --apt-recommends false seems to solve this issue, so it must be some recommended package at the root of it all. The downside of this "fix" is that I can't login anymore after the iso boots, because the default password/username aren't set up, correctly.2.)Another way to get around this start job is to uselb config --distribution sid --parent-distribution busterWith these options the start job still appears when including large files, however it's gone within a matter of 1-2 seconds and you can boot/login normally.In summary, I have figured out ways to kind of circumvent the issue, but as always, I would like to truly understand what exactly the problem is in order to find a perfect fix for it. Otherwise it will just keep me up at night lol.‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐On Wednesday, February 17, 2021 6:33 AM, ezsit55 <email@example.com> wrote:
Sorry, I do not have an answer for you. Does this start job appear if you do not include those massive files in the iso? Most searching points to a video driver or no-modesetting grub option.On 2/15/21 3:12 PM, mike.goldberg1 wrote:Hello everybody!Building on Debian Buster.When I add larger files (1-2GB) via includes.chroot to /etc/skel, the build still completes successfully and the iso works as well, but at boot it says "A start job is running for live-config (late userspace) which takes about 2min until it boots.Anybody know why this is happening and how to avoid it?‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐On Friday, January 29, 2021 12:22 AM, mike.goldberg1 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi everyone!Live build works great on Debian 10 but I cannot figure out something.My Goal >1)Change the user password of the live user2)Have all applications request the password like on a regular installSolution >1)Remove /etc/sudoers.d/live which live-build creates by default and contains the line that is added to the /etc/sudoers file and causes all apps to run without password prompt. Namely "user ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL"2)Write a hook which sets a new user password at boot, since the user is created at this time by live-config.The live build manual recommends to use the passwd example hook located in /usr/share/doc/live-config/examples/hooks and add it to config/includes.chroot/lib/live/config/This did not work for me at all, unfortunately. Also, I wasn't quite sure what "prefix" needed to be applied, since this actually runs at boot time. I called mine "2000-passwd.hook.chroot".I also tried by creating my own hook to change the passwd at boot time, by placing it in the same directory, but this also failed.This was my command "echo user:pass | /user/sbin/chpasswd"Any help would be appreciated!