Joined: Nov. 2003
||Posted: Jan. 25 2006,02:33
|Quote (cbagger01 @ Jan. 24 2006,12:18)|
|To modify the base iso, you will need to remaster the KNOPPIX file.|
Search the forum for the keyword "Remastering" for more help on the subject.
Otherwise, you can turn your small binary file into a MyDSL extension and then add it to the base iso by using the mkmydsl script.
The simplest mydsl extension building for a binary file or others, some of which are stored in writable areas like /usr/bin or /bin is to:
1) Tar up the file or files into a tarball myextension.tar.gz
MAKE SURE TO NOT INCLUDE DIRECTORIES AND SUBDIRECTORIES IN YOUR TARBALL
2) Rename the file to myextension.dsl
3) Save it somewhere.
4) Run the mymydsl script. Add the new file to your mymydsl build directory when you are prompted to do so.
5) Burn your new iso.
> some of which are stored in writable areas
> like /usr/bin or /bin is to:
> 1) Tar up the file or files into a tarball myextension.tar.gz
> MAKE SURE TO NOT INCLUDE DIRECTORIES AND
> SUBDIRECTORIES IN YOUR TARBALL
How can I control in which directory it will end up?