Le 14 déc. 2011 à 22:20, Stathis Iosifidis (aka diamond_gr) a écrit :
Like with my precedent mail, I'm ccing to all Medical Linux distro teams because I believe that this discussion can be done in collaboration with all teams (even if the final result will be different for each team). See my precedent mail about a central mailing list.
> Next week I'm planing to have the first medical project meeting. I'll inform you about.
> Following what mentioned:
> I was searching a way how to create a live cd fully functional.
I think that you will not be able to create a LiveCD with fully functional MySQL, PostGreSQL servers.
If you succeed with an installation of these server, data will be lost at each restart.
Assuming that your wishes are:
- distributing an easy system for app testing
- install and preconfigure medical&related apps
- make this fully installable (system and config) to any computer
I suggest to dig around LiveUSB with data persistence instead of digging deeper in LiveCD.
(with a simplification) There are two kinds of LiveUSB:
- LiveUSB installator
* same as LiveCD installator
* install a complete system to your computer using an USBKey, no data persistence.
* Usefull in our case but not what you are looking for.
- LiveUSB installation
* same as a computer installation
* Linux is completely installed on an USBKey with all driver needed to process hardware config,
* a specific partition is created for the data persistence.
* This allows you to create a full OpenSuse/Debian/Ubuntu/Fedora
There is a similar project here:
I'm not a LiveUSB guru but I succeed on create a live usb drive with a 4Go key and ubuntu. Unfortunately, I didn't succeed to boot it from my MacBook, and I didn't go further (install personnal packages and config). It started on a Dell computer.
What do you think about this orientation ?
Eric Maeker, MD (Fr)
I've added to this post the Debian Med, OpenSuse Medical, Neuro Debian
teams, MedFloss manager and the EFMI LIFOSS WG.
Also created a new thread.
Le 25 novembre 2011 10:24, Simon Slater <pyevet(a)iinet.net.au> a écrit :
> On Fri, 25 Nov 2011 18:55:15 Sebastian Hilbert wrote:
>> On Friday, November 25, 2011 02:05:11 AM Simon Slater wrote:
>> > On Wed, 23 Nov 2011 07:02:42 susmit shannigrahi wrote:
>> But if you really want to make a difference for healthcare put effort into
>> getting people from different distributions together to share their work.
>> Currently we are duplicating work in Debian-med, Fedora-medical and
>> openSUSE- medical. What a waste of human ressources.
I fully agree to this. We should work together. There are lots of
projects but no (visible) joined effort.
Packaging can be quite different distro to distro but the main work
(package selection, upstream contact and management, configuration
helpers, license analysis...) can be shared.
We can share our competence whatever are our difference (of Linux
distro and project).
> Any common forums existing at the moment?
Not yet already.
As a french MD, open source developper and Linux user I'd like to help
on any work that can lead to a global "Linux Medical Team" effort
(including nurses, dentists, pharmacists...).
Any comment ?
Eric Maeker, MD (FR)