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Old 02-26-2010, 11:02 AM   #1
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I have fedora 10. My question is: while pungi can create custom spins of fedora can it also create live cd's ?

Thanks for your help
Old 02-27-2010, 04:28 AM   #3
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Exclamation I would recommend a respin of Slackware instead, but...

The Anaconda list is:

I've been a member there for a long time, and it's a pretty active list.

The Pungi list is here:

You may also want to browse through the older Pungi archives located here:



$ su -c ?yum install revisor -y?

$ su -c 'yum install livecd-tools spin-kickstarts'
Will install revisor on the arch that you're going to need to be on to spin a LiveCD for the particular arch you want to make.

This is the front end for using livecd-tools and Pungi, and yes, you can create LiveCDs

Some particular reading to get you started (along with joining the two lists above) are here:

You'll need Koji for building your packages (unless you're just making a smaller fedora, instead of your own distribuion which requires working with your Anaconda scripts to customize the look and feel of your new distro).

and info on running Pungi is here:
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