There is now kadischi component added to bugzilla. Please, use it for all of
your bug reports and feature requests, so I could track them, and hopefully
fix them :)
Instructions can be found here http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kadischi
I have to add: I donwloaded cvs before 30mins..
./autogen.sh: line 37: glib-gettextize: command not found
<<< I tried rpm -q --whatprovides glib-gettextsize, locate and yum
search (7repos) no luck... also rpm.pbone.net said: Your search
glib-gettextsize did not match any entry in database. thied to change
line 37 to "s"ize... same...
[root@kadischi]# rpm -qa|grep glib
aclocal:configure.ac:44: warning: macro `AM_GLIB_GNU_GETTEXT' not
found in library
/usr/share/automake-1.9/am/depend2.am: am__fastdepCC does not appear
/usr/share/automake-1.9/am/depend2.am: AMDEP does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
find_live_cd/Makefile.am: C source seen but `CC' is undefined
find_live_cd/Makefile.am: The usual way to define `CC' is to add `AC_PROG_CC'
find_live_cd/Makefile.am: to `configure.ac' and run `autoconf' again.
mv: cannot stat `po/POTFILES': No such file or directory
./configure: line 1706: AM_GLIB_GNU_GETTEXT: command not found
./configure: line 2227: po/POTFILES.tmp: No such file or directory
config.status: creating Makefile
config.status: error: cannot find input file: Makefile.in
can't do the "make" part...
Any help would be appreciated
F-Secure Business Partner
I`ve been asked to forward this to the list.
---------- Forwarded Message ----------
Subject: i hope that yuo can see my live CD
Date: Wednesday 24 August 2005 15:48
From: Linux Juggler <linux.juggler(a)gmail.com>
Someone has created a Fedora Core 3 based Live CD
with linux-live scripts by Tomas Matejicek, creator of
SLAX. This is a great advancement in the creation of
Fedora based live cd's. The creator of this cd, Mhd
Zaher Ghaibeh(Linux Juggler), would appreciate
questions be sent to his email, linux[dot]juggler[at]gmail.com .
here is the link to the ISO file ...
i hope that you can download it and test it. You will
need to configure your hardware using kudzu removing
the configuration which the live cd was made from, and
configuring your hardware. Boot the live cd and you
will be greated by kdm and you will have to type to
Since the live cd is based on Fedora Core 3, sound is muted and if you want
sound you will have to use kmix and increase volume to
your liking. There are a few apps like KWord,
KSpread, and KPresenter, Xmms with mp3 support, etc.
If you have questiosn please direct them to
linux.juggler(a)gmail.com. I know that there is a
Fedora Wiki for live cd and hopefully someone on this
list is also in that list and forwards it on that one.
To follow the path:
look to the master,
follow the master,
walk with the master,
see through the master,
become the master
>I will write a couple of words on the subject very soon (today or something).
> Checkout http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/KadischiDoc later.
you should tell on the list when you update the /KadashiDoc web,
thanks in advance! maybe even automate this process..
F-Secure Business Partner
OK, folks, it's time to go get some code. Take a look at:
This is the first generation of the generic "take any set of packages and
turn them into a Live CD" tool. Please, please, PLEASE take it for a
test-drive -- because the next step of the project will be to use this
tool to create the first "official" Fedora Live CD.
Big thanks to Darko for getting us to this point.
Go, now! Test! :)
Greg DeKoenigsberg ] [ the future masters of technology will have
Community Relations ] [ to be lighthearted and intelligent. the
Red Hat ] [ machine easily masters the grim and the
] [ dumb. --mcluhan
to take a view in the possible future: What would be really perfect
would be a Livecd-Creation software where you could drag elements from
one side (available software-groups) to the other.
So you might have icons for GNOME, Openoffice.org, KDE,... on the left
and can drop it to the right. Then you can save this as a possible
Live-CD. Dependencies should then be resolved. Libe in burning
applications it should be displayed how much place is taken.
If you double-click on something like GNOME you could see the
applications and/or libraries inside. Then one could deselect some
applications that are part of GNOME by dragging them from right to left.
And, yes this could also be combined with a burning application.
PS: just to share the idea...