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geraldomanaus 03-24-2003 10:12 AM

May I create my own live cd without the Debian Linux?
 
Hello people,

I have seen that almost Linux Live cd are based on Debian, like Knoppix or DemoLinux. My doubt is: why? For example, if I decide to use a Red Hat or Slackware (or Mandrake) distribution to create my own live cd, may have any problem?

jailbait 03-24-2003 04:06 PM

bootable CD
 
I created a bootable CD to use as a rescue system. I built it based on SuSE 7.2. It took me about two days to work my way through all of the problems and get a working rescue system but none of my problems had anything to do with using SuSE as a base.

nakkaya 03-24-2003 06:26 PM

no sure you can use other dist or even create your own LFS you can start from a floppy image and add files to it.

babytux 08-18-2003 01:43 PM

I created a bootable Live CD based on Mandrake Linux but the techniques should work for Redhat as well.

The how to is at http://www.babytux.org/articles/howto/how2livecd.php


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