I have a feeling that someone recently wrote something to allow you to
migrate changes from the persistent overlay into the squashfs image,
thus freeing up the space in the overlay. The obvious use case is:
1. Boot live USB stick
2. yum update (which will eat up lots of overlay space)
3. Run whatever it is, from a separate system, to recreate the
squashfs image to take account of the changes (freeing up the
overlay space again)
But I can't find it. It doesn't seem to be in liveimage-mount. Did
whatever it was make it into F15? If not, does anyone know what it is,
where it is, how to use it, and whether it works?
I have built a custom fedora 14 spin. Everything is working fine except a
The problem is Ethernet interface is not up when when i login to my custom
fedora spin. Currently i am forcefully bringing the interface up.
What changes should i made in my kickstart file to automatically up the
On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 11:59:59PM -0400, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> This allows us to get basic ARM builds going. It doesn't take care of
> booting facilities, but those vary widely in the ARM world.
Thanks, applied to master.
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imgcreate/live.py | 3 +++
1 file changed, 3 insertions(+)
Author: Martin Langhoff <martin.langhoff(a)gmail.com>
Date: Tue Jul 19 23:59:59 2011 -0400
Add initial support for ARM architectures
This allows us to get basic ARM builds going. It doesn't take care of
booting facilities, but those vary widely in the ARM world.
For the time being, setup for booting should be done in %post .
diff --git a/imgcreate/live.py b/imgcreate/live.py
index 655eb16..6ad9c5b 100755
@@ -916,5 +916,8 @@ elif arch in ("ppc",):
LiveImageCreator = ppcLiveImageCreator
elif arch in ("ppc64",):
LiveImageCreator = ppc64LiveImageCreator
+ LiveImageCreator = LiveImageCreatorBase
raise CreatorError("Architecture not supported!")
I feel like I have imagined this - but was there a discussion on these
lists with one user who has creates a an extremely minimal kickstart.
Yes, even more minimal than Fedora mini ks files. Fedora user even
posted it in this emails, I would really like to use it. I searched in
old threads but just can't seam to find this discussion. If you have
seen it please point me in the right direction.
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I am working on a Fedora 15 custom spin but didn't understand how dependency
In my kickstart i mentioned not to installed office group using the like
But when i boot the iso image the evince package is present which should not
because it resides under office group and according to above office group
should not be included in the spin.
Anyone have any information about this?
I am building a custom Fedora 15 spin and using fedora-live-mini.ks as base
kickstart for my own custom kickstart.
I don't want to see gnome panels when my spin show the desktop and for this
purpose i am using the following command in fedora-live-mini.ks file but no
gsettings set org.gnome.gnome-panel.layout toplevel-id-list 
The command works perfectly if run from shell without root.
Can anyone please shed some light on this issue?