I have made live CD, and when i boot system from that live CD it
shows firstboot at start.
Even i made the option NO in /etc/sysconfig/firstboot file. So can
anybody help me to solve this problem.
as I was testing one live-cd build X server failed to start on the
host I used for generation, because of the "Driver " line, it was
radeon I think, but it din't start, so I had to manually modify it to
vesa to work.. not good. Any ideas on how to solve such scenarios
I've been testing including additional packages,
used createrepo, no error what so ever.
But those packages don't get listed in anaconda's gui, how would I go
for including such? I was trying to add packages from extras.
04userconfig and 07accounts are different than the other
post_install_scripts in that they both start interactive processes.
Currently, if the user has selected to use kickstart or cmdline mode for
anaconda, the functionality of these scripts are skipped. This is okay
to beat them into shape but we're eventually going to want to architect
things so we can access the functionality when we're running anaconda
noninteractively. Additionally, just because I've scripted a portion of
anaconda's installer doesn't mean I don't want to configure the
remaining pieces by hand. (anaconda itself allows for setting some
things within a kickstart while prompting for missing values.)
I think we want to copy the idea of cmdline, text, and graphical that
anaconda has into kadischi. When kadischi is run in cmdline mode it
attempts to execute with only the values given on the cmdline. When in
text/graphical it will preset and run with any options given to it on
the commandline but prompt for interactive use when something is
Does anyone have any thoughts or do I need to hack out a proof of
concept so we have something to tear apart?
Authoritative ruling from counsel. Removing fedora-logos is the critical
path towards "removing Fedora marks."
The board is working on these guidelines as well; I'll make sure this
information gets to them.
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 18:05:25 -0400
From: Mark Webbink <mwebbink(a)redhat.com>
To: Greg DeKoenigsberg <gdk(a)redhat.com>
Subject: Re: "Using the Fedora marks"
Having the text string in file names is not a trademark use, so that one
is clearly okay. To then point out that it includes Fedora files and to
use that to promote the distribution is not. As you suggest, pulling
the logos.rpm is a must; it is not enough to just not have it display.
Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:
>A good question from the LiveCD list. Need a ruling.
>I think pulling fedora-logos.rpm should be sufficient, myself. It's a
>simple way to say "this is not Fedora." Even if there's lots of "fedora"
>in the RPM header files, I think it's clear that it's not a Fedora
>On Tue, 18 Apr 2006, Jane Dogalt wrote:
>Ok. I hesitate to pick more nits, because I feel like I've gotten a clear
>reversal on the #2 situation in my historic post. But to pick a nit-
>"Using the Fedora name on that distribution" _only_ means what you name the
>iso, and what you advertise the iso as, correct?
>Or does that extend to "using the fedora name _in_ that distribution". I.e.
>a) having fedora-logos.rpm installed, but not visible during a typical boot and
>b) having fedora-logos.rpm installed, and the fedora logo visible during
>graphical boot and or default desktop background?
>c) not having fedora-logos.rpm, but having many instances of the text string
>buried in lots of places, including each rpm's metadata?
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I am evaluating kadischi live-cd and very impressed by it's functionality.
I tried to boot a kadischi live-cd from an external USB CD rom and
Other live-cd (like ubuntu or knoppix) do succeed to boot from
an external USB CDROM.
Is it possible to add support for booting kadischi live cd from an
external USB CDROM ?
Hey everyone, my name is Bart Couvreur and I'm from Lochristi, Belgium.
I'm an 19 year old student, whose started using Linux in 2000, on a
testing basis. I've been a Fedora user since FC2 and since January 2005
I'm a member of the Fedora Translation Team (Dutch).
Now to the real thing ;)! I've been following the Kadischi-project since
I first heard of it in January as part of the first Fedora Weekly
Reports. At that time I was quite interested in this project but due to
a lack of time I couldn't follow it right then.
I've finally found some time to try out Kadischi and I was quite
impressed with what I saw! Nice job, guys!! Had a little go at making a
Live DVD, which seemed to work but broke down on a friends computer at
firstboot-sequence (probably made an mistake there, X seems to break
down, if anyone has a pointer, thanks in advance)
I'm also willing to aid in the translation of Kadischi to Dutch (I've
noticed that Thijs Hulshof has already taken a few steps in that
direction). Also testing Kadischi is a possibility, just mention
anything. Later on maybe I'll help in the development.