Exclude files matching glob, a shell wildcard pattern, from being written to CD-ROM. glob may match either the filename component or the full path-name. This option may be used multiple times.
genisoimage -o rom -m '*.o' -m core -m foobar
would exclude all files ending in `.o', or called core or foobar from the image. Note that if you had a directory called foobar, it too (and of course all its descendants) would be excluded.
A file containing a list of shell wildcards to be excluded. See -m.
|Is there any interest in expanding mkmydsl into an automated hack instead/in addition to?|
|One other thought crosses my mind regardiing toram. KNOPPIX contaiins drivers to everything supported. After hardware detection and the required drivers become active but before mydsl's are installed or backup, purdge the unused drivers. I think this would free up memory that could be uses for something else and be well worth a longer startup tiime (but how long would it really take to remove files from physical memory?)|