Yes its the rc2 one
weird but when I unsquashed it and ran aptitude purge cups,etc
there was no dbus folder in var
so it freaked out and couldn t do some stuff
worried that something was up
(note that I installed my own rc2 to a partition
then attempted to make e17 debian live from rc2 iso)
I simply copied my existing /var/dbus folder to squashfs-root/var folder and whamo!
so, then I purged out some more stuff, opera, foomatic,qemu, k3b,etc
then mksquashed it
put it on usb and put persistent live-rw on a partition(cause usb persistent is slow when live-rw is on usb...)
and booted it up
set up desktops,etc for both root and user guest
this is whats cool too; sometimes I have issues with permissions when messing with /home,etc you know?
I tar.gz'd the contents of /home/guest and /root
put each in /root and /home/guest in squashfs-root
then su'd to user guest in chroot
tar -xvzf guest.tar.gz
and same with root
and no problems with rsync or permissions at boot
yo know I'm not a real coder so i had to find workaround
as sometimes when messing around in /home as root I would get "open files" and rsync errors at boot
should I put stuff for user guest in /home or /etc/skel?
I think /etc/skel is used if you make new user, yes?
Thanks for all that info dude
gonna go check that out now