[Added livecd-list for further comments]
On 05/12/2010 06:46 AM, Alan Pevec wrote:
Vivian Bian wrote:
> Hi Alan ,
> I am confused with how to edit livecd . For I can't change
> isolinux.cfg under isolinux directory , and also can't product a new
> iso file .
> #edit-livecd -i /usr/share/rhev-hypervisor/rhev-hypervisor.iso -o
> /root/Desktop/test_firstboot.iso -p /root/test.sh
> #cat /root/test.sh
> sed -i '/^append/s/$/\ linux\ firstboot\ console=tty0\
> console=ttyS1,115200n8/g' isolinux.cfg
> I made isolinux.cfg /isolinux/isolinux.cfg, isolinux/isolinux.cfg,
> isolinux.cfg, but none of them could modify isolinux.cfg file .
> So would you please tell me which is the correct command line for
> modifing isolinux.cfg ?
currently edit-livecd only allows you to modify rootfs.
David, what do you think, how easy and safe would be to allow changing
rest of the ISO content: like here isolinux and/or adding new top-level
A while back I rewrote the livecd script from bash to python. This uses
the exiting livecd-creator functionality to modify the fs-image and
recreate the ISO. It would be easy to use the existing functionality to
adjust the rest of the iso content. As Alen suggested maybe some kind of
see: proposed script attached to this thread:
Comments on edit-livecd script or modifying ISO image welcome.