On Wednesday, April 29 2009, Warren Togami said:
On 04/29/2009 10:15 PM, Jeremy Katz wrote:
> On Tuesday, April 28 2009, Warren Togami said:
>> This patch allows livecd-iso-to-disk.sh to detect if the specified .iso
>> image is an Anaconda DVD installer. If so, it copies it to the USB disk
>> and configures syslinux to boot it. Anaconda will automatically find
>> the DVD iso on the USB stick and install from it.
>> Requires Fedora 11 Preview DVD iso and later.
> So I've been thinking about this all day and I really don't know that it
> makes sense. The script is explicitly for *live* images (it's in the
> name! :-) and making it support more than that is just going to
> complicate things. What happens when someone then wants it to support
> Ubuntu images or something else?
> Also, I'm hoping to stop adding functionality to the shell script at
> some point as liveusb-creator really should be preferred for most cases,
> although it's command line mode needs some work
liveusb-creator has live in its name too!
Yes, but at least it's written in python so that things can be
abstracted nicely rather than the horrors of shell :-) At which point,
maybe it should have a rename. But I'll leave that for Luke ;-)