Jane Dogalt wrote:
I.e. imagine that Chitlesh has his marketing videos (and other
in the generated CD. You might want to include a simple autorun.inf so that
when the cd/dvd is inserted in a windows machine, it automatically launches a
web browser with links to thumbnails of the video, and a webpage touting what
this livecd can do. Along with the livecd's instruction manual.
When actually _booted_, these same files are launched in a full screen
webbrowser immediately after gdm autologin.
This way, at a trade show, you can hand the dvd to a non-techie-non-linux
suit&tie type, and tell them it will launch an info page in a browser if they
put it in their microsoft box.
If you really want to be slick, you even include a run-from-cd installation of
firefox-win32 and qemu-win32(or vmware), and then people can even choose to run
your appliance-cd purely from within windows. At least just to demonstrate.
You reiterate that it will run faster if you actually boot from it.
This is a likely scenario with an Official forged Fedora Core LiveCD or DVD.
Not a Kadischi CD in my opinion.
The bootsplash stuff is there to distinguish where and from how the disc
Promotional materials and other specific things like that should be
an official disc, not these user-made CDs.