Qua, 2008-06-04 às 14:46 -0400, Jeremy Katz escreveu:
So, not ideal for more long-term cases as if you're updating with
then you'll run out of space on your snapshot before you'd expect as we
overwrite things multiple times.
I update my personal spin just by building it again but there maybe some
cases where yum maybe used on a livecd for quick and small stuff.
Which brings me to what I've been working on this week --
purely for /home. So rather than using the persistence file for the
snapshot backing store, we instead mount it as /home. At this point,
it's almost to where I'm happy enough with it to push, so stay tuned for
more details :-)
That's great news! :D
 Actually, implemented such that you can have persistent changes
the "OS" as well as a persistent /home. Then your /home sticks around
when you update the USB stick but any "OS" change disappear as with the
So, this means changes in /etc files (for example) are lost?
 Including support for encryption
Thanks for your info!