Custom LiveCD Kernel

Ben b.j.angelo at gmail.com
Mon Mar 10 21:33:36 PDT 2008


Hello LiveCD Folk,
	I followed the great directions found in the LFS and BLFS books, and
have successfully created a Linux System to my liking. I also followed
the directions in the hint about customizing the LiveCD (this version:
http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/hints/downloads/files/lfscd-remastering-howto-6.2.txt). That worked great as well. So I took that a bit further and ripped out the LiveCD system and put in my LFS system into the root.ext2 file system. After a few tweaks I got it booting and everything went great! After using it for a bit I have found that the stock LiveCD kernel that it boots from doesn't have all the drivers I use. I have tried just simply replacing the default kernel with the kernel from my system and  it didn't work. I have done some research and I recompiled my kernel to include devmapper. But it still gives a kernel sync error problem, it seems to not be able to find the CD after detecting all the devices. Is there something I'm missing? Or is this even supported in the LiveCD mailing list?

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~Ben Angelo <b.j.angelo at gmail.com>




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