saveguard lfs system
curaga at operamail.com
Wed Apr 18 08:24:35 PDT 2007
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Fred Verschueren" <fvsc at fremar.be>
> To: blfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org
> Subject: saveguard lfs system
> Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 13:16:54 +0200
> after a lot of work I have now a bootable CLFS system.
> Before I start with BFLS I want safeguard my work and put the whole lot
> on a CD or most probably a DVD,
> I was thinking in three directions:
> a. making an ISO from my disk --> an image of the partition with
> the (b)lfs system
> b. making a kind of distribution of it.
> c. making a tar.bz2 which can be put back using a rescue disk
> Is this already done.
> Which one is the best direction to go.
> Many thanks in advance.
Since it's a CLFS system, you already have a tar.bz2 (probably) which you used to move it to the target comp, so you can restore it using that. But if you deleted it, or just added some stuff, just boot a livecd (so /proc, /sys and /dev aren't mounted) and make a tar (maybe packed). That's because you need mkisofs for an iso, but tar and bzip2 are already included. b is practically the combination of a and c, with an added installer.
c) would be easiest, but it's your call ;)
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