On Wed, 2005-04-13 at 10:02 +1000, neville wrote:
Hello all, another two cents worth,
I think it would be wise to choose at least one compression technology
and also use copy-on-write filesystems as this will allow maximum
useability and least change to the installed distribution.
It would also be nice if the distro image generated for the CD was part
of the Fedora installation processes, the workstation image is not
suitable. A custom distro image should developed which includes some of
the workstation and server set of RPMs and could be called the fedora
demo or live cd image.
The Xendemo CD is a good starting point as this would the CD start
multiple copies of Linux as well. The startup scripts are easy to
understand and writing a new set of scripts for the Fedora livecd will
not take long.
This is an interesting idea. I know anaconda can run in a test mode
where it just installs into a chroot. You could use that to have a
super-easy graphical way to select what you want on your live cd. Like a
graphical installer that installs onto a live-cd.
Alexander Larsson Red Hat, Inc
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