some traditional Live CD/USB features.
See this bug report.
/dev/live was a link to the installation partition on the Live USB, such as /dev/sdc1,
or /dev/sr0 on a Live CD/DVD.
How would a script determine this partition without human input?
/mnt/live was a convenient mounting of the installation partition filesystem.
It allowed easy access to pre-existing content on the Live USB device or to
the /LiveOS and /syslinux directories.
The --home-size-mb NNN option of livecd-iso-to-disk produced a /LiveOS/home.img
filesystem for the liveuser's home directory.
This feature made possible the --encrypted-home option, which would secure the privacy of a user directory on a Live USB system.
The home.img filesystem was also read/write/delete without consuming the LiveOS overlay. This is important for non-short-term Live USB deployments, such as Sugar on a Stick, where overlay exhaustion can be a significant problem.
Is there a workaround for these (missing) features?