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Old 01-04-2007, 09:39 AM   #1
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Question Anyone know of a Suse 10.0 LiveCD tool

I want to create a Suse liveCD (actually a liveDVD) but Iím not a Linux power user. Iíve been playing with PCLinuxOS and it has a perl script called mklivecd. Is there a user friendly tool like this for Suse 10.0?
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May I ask why not just download?

you can always open the ISO and add specific drivers if needed.
Old 01-04-2007, 05:18 PM   #3
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Because what I really have is a Suse 10.0 64-bit front-end with a real-time RTLinux kernel. I'll try using the supplied ISO's but I'm not sure if that will do. I really want to just take the full blown OS that is on my machine (it uses about 2.8 Gig) and create a bootable DVD with everything I've developed.


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