In my thesis, i search about the different distros that I could use to develop that tool. I supposed that the tool will be based on Slackware, and it will use the Slax structure, it means i will use squashfs, LZMA, aufs, etc, the live scripts that you find in www.linux-live.org
Suppose, that if i will use other distro, i always use the live scripts. This is the restriction.
I need some ideas to write in my thesis, please answer the next questions?
1.It would be able to interest you to use that tool(Yes/No)? If your answer is Yes, explain Why?
2.Is it a good idea to do the tool to create Slackware Live CDs based? If your answer is Yes or not, explain why?
3.Is it a good Idea to do a slackware Live CD based?
4.If the tool is based on slackware(suppose that i will use the same programs to manage packages on slackware), list some advantages or list the disadvantages?
5.In your opinion, what should be the best distro to do a Live cd, and explain why?
6.Is a good idea to use the structure of the file system and the manage package system of Slax(Suppose that the distro use Slax Modules, see http://www.slax.org/modules.php
) to make a Live CD?
7.List the advantages and disadvantages of the next programs to manage packages in your system:
A)Debian(apt-get,dpkg) B)Slackware(swaret,installpkg,slaptget,SlackBuild) C)Gentoo(emerge,ebuild) D)Redhat(rpm,yum)
Suppose that you will use those manage package programs to do the file system of a Live CD.
Thanks for answering my questions