Customizing the LiveCD
beesnees at grm.net
Mon Jan 16 10:39:38 PST 2006
Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
>Dan McGhee wrote:
>>This process is not clear to me. Maybe I'm being obtuse, but if I run
>The second-session directory will house whatever files you want to be
>custom on the CD. The contents will correspond to the root filesystem on
>the CD. So as the instructions say:
>mkdir second-session && cd second-session
> ^ Notice that there isn't a leading '/'
>So you will be creating a new file in vim, essentially,
>That should clear it up for you, I hope.
Ahhhh. The leading '/' I missed it. This does make things more clear.
>>The second method may be a little more straight forward to me, but I
>>just don't know how far to "back up" in creating the livecd image. This
>>is what I think I have to do:
>>1. put my files in the correct directories in $(MP)--/mnt/lfs for me
>>2. back-up the original livecd-x86-6.2-pre3.iso to someplace where I
>>won't screw it up
>>3. delete livecd-x86-6.2-pre3.iso from the livecd directory
>>4. delete $(MP)/iso/
>>5. make iso
>>6. burn iso
>>7. boot it up
>Yes, this should work. :) Just please don't distribute the resultant CD
>as a LFS LiveCD. ;)
Thanks for the reminder. The resultant CD will remain under lock and
key right next to my Smith&Wesson. :-)
I'm going to try both methods. Thanks, Jeremy.
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