I remastered the "iso" using isomaster, unsquashfs, and mksquashfs on an Ubuntu 10.4 installation to stop the auto mounting.
Used isomaster to extract the file "casper/filesystem.squashfs" from the bodhi_1.2.0.iso into a temporary directory.
Used the command "sudo unsquashfs filesystem.squashfs" to create a directory named "squashfs-root".
Edited file "squashfs-root/etc/rc.local", commented out the following line:
Saved the file.
Deleted the file "filesystem.squashfs".
Used the command "sudo mksquashfs squashfs-root filesystem.squashfs" to build a new "filesystem.squashfs" file.
Used isomaster again to do the following:
- remove the old casper/filesystem.squashfs file from the "iso"
- add the new "filesystem.squashfs" to the "iso"
- save the modified "iso" as a new name
Burned the new "iso" to a CD and then tested it to confirm it would boot up without auto mounting the hard drive partitions.
The remastered CD seems to work fine. One odd thing though, the modified "filesystem.squashfs" file is smaller than the original one. I just let it use the defaults when creating the new "filesystem.squashfs" with mksquashfs.
Last edited by RHTopics; 09-12-2011 at 12:00 PM.