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After download and unpack an archive you can build your own live-cd. You have to install ''live-build'' on your Linux computer first. If you were running Debian ''wheezy'', you may install with ''aptitude''. Otherwise you may get the sources at [http://live.debian.net http://live.debian.net].
 
After download and unpack an archive you can build your own live-cd. You have to install ''live-build'' on your Linux computer first. If you were running Debian ''wheezy'', you may install with ''aptitude''. Otherwise you may get the sources at [http://live.debian.net http://live.debian.net].
  
  <code> tar -xaf jondo-live-src,tar.xz</code>
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  <code> tar -xaf jondo-live-src.tar.xz</code>
  
 
You may change the configuration and build your own live-cd with:
 
You may change the configuration and build your own live-cd with:

Revision as of 16:16, 4 October 2013

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Live-CD build sources

You may download the build sources of our live-cd: jondo-live-src,tar.xz.

After download and unpack an archive you can build your own live-cd. You have to install live-build on your Linux computer first. If you were running Debian wheezy, you may install with aptitude. Otherwise you may get the sources at http://live.debian.net.

 tar -xaf jondo-live-src.tar.xz

You may change the configuration and build your own live-cd with:

 cd jondo-live-src
 ./build -m cd -d /tnp -f /tmp/jondo-live-cd.iso

You can build the live-dvd with:

 cd jondo-live-src
 ./build -m dvd -d /tnp -f /tmp/jondo-live-dvd.iso

The parameters for the build script are:

  • -m medium ("cd" or "dvd")
  • -d temporary build directory
  • -f filename of the target ISO image
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