C S wrote:
All references I can find for spinning have a running
host(with rpm, yum, etc) as a requirement to build
live's upon. But is it possible to have
livecd-creator spin a new CD off of F7's Live itself?
I assume Revisor would only build upon this.
Wow. Must be the collective unconsciousness. I was just thinking about this today.
Of course, what you described, I think can be done pretty trivially. I.e. just
get the livecd-tools /usr/bin/livecd-iso-to-disk (either by spinning your own
livecd with the livecd-tools rpm, or wget/urlgrabbing a copy of the script from
somewhere, etc...) and then doing
livecd-iso-to-disk /dev/root /dev/<your usb device partition here>
That is F7-LiveCD-Itself-to-LiveUSB. For F7-LiveCD-Itself-to-spin-new-cd you
would do something like livecd-creator --base-on=/dev/root
For your subject line of LiveUSB-to-LiveUSB, no easy script already does that
that I know of (though dd might be sufficient for some cases).
But of course, I have some devious added functionality via devicemapper in mind ;)
Being a newbie I didn't know if it's in the design,
plan or not possible at all...