Thanks for replying. However, my point is that I don't want to have to run
livecd-creator again (takes time) every time I change two or three files. I am looking to
have different versions of these two or three files for each user who will be using this
Live CD, and to have to run livecd-creator every time, although it would work, would take
lots of time.
That's why I am searching for a way to just change the ISO directly, to modify the
handful of files I wish to change and be able to re-burn the CD and boot it. The files I
wish to change are on the Live CD file system (/mnt/live), not on the squashfs OS file
--- On Fri, 6/27/08, Pedro Silva <pedrofsilva(a)netcabo.pt> wrote:
From: Pedro Silva <pedrofsilva(a)netcabo.pt>
Subject: Re: [Fedora-livecd-list] Modifying ISO to include per-user files
To: todd655495(a)yahoo.com, fedora-livecd-list(a)redhat.com
Date: Friday, June 27, 2008, 11:41 AM
Add your scripts and changes to sections %post and %post --nochroot in
your .ks file.
Sex, 2008-06-27 às 09:16 -0700, Todd N escreveu:
After creating a LiveCD ISO image, I'd like to be able to make CDs
that are essentially identical, but have a small set of unique
per-user files. I have tried mounting the ISO, copying its contents
to a regular directory, making my changes on the Live CD file system
(not the internal squashfs file system) and recreating the ISO using
mkisofs. However, this new ISO (when burned to a CD) refuses to boot.
Is there a way I can modify the ISO image to include my per-user files
on the /mnt/live file system for each user (and have the resulting ISO
be bootable), rather than running the whole livecd-creator process
each time I want a new CD?
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