On Tue, 2007-05-22 at 12:15 -0400, Elias Hunt wrote:
Is there a way to adjust the livecd boot delay? Currently it’s set
60 seconds which is a long time for our application, we’d like it
around 5 or 10 seconds, but I’ve been unable to determine where that
comes from in the CD image, nor if there is a kickstart value to set
it easily at creation time.
It's in isolinux/isolinux.cfg in the image. As it stands right now,
there's not really a good way to tweak it (and a FIXME along those lines
in the code)
Second, I’m sure someone else has seen “Buffer I/O error on device
sr0, logical block xxxxxx” errors. I’ve burned over 20 different ISOs
now at varying burn speeds and they all have one block that generates
errors during boot. Each burn is a different block id, but they all
error about 8 times, and then continue booting. It doesn’t seem to be
causing problems, but I’m concerned that something in the
livecd-creator process isn’t doing what is expected and may give us
trouble down the road.
This is the kernel not being happy reading the CD; if it's always one
block, it could be your burner or the type of media that you're using.
There's really not any way for it to be something in the isofs.