Hi, first and foremost Happy New Year!
I used to be able to create live DVD with Fedora 8 and 9 using
livecd-creator tool but now I can't do it anymore with Fedora 10.
I get an error that there isn't enough space to create image and
I used to do it without problem, so maybe the packages have grown or I
added more packages than there is space for them. I see that
/dev/loop0 is created and the size of that virtual partition is only
/dev/loop0 3.0G 602M 2.4G 21%
I guess that when space runs out in that partition livecd-creator
fails. Am I right?
When I trim down my kickstart files with less packages then it passes.
How I managed to make live DVD iso image of 935MB. I haven't tested
what is the maximum size I can make but it is now far from that -
Livd DVD I make previously with Fedora 8 and 9 was around 1200MB. Has
livecd-creator changed the way it works?
If that my previous assumptions are false please correct me and I have
some follow up questions:
1. How are live DVD images supposted to be made (2GB iso size)? With
livecd-creator or with some other tools? Which?
2. Is there a way to define larger size for /dev/loop0 ? (I looked
into man page for livecd-creator and I see no such option)
Thank you very much in advance!
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