Software :: Create Customized Livecd To Boot Machine As 3270 Terminal

Jul 21, 2010

i need to create a customized livecd to boot a machine as a 3270 terminal.. (no graphic interface required) where should i start?

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Debian :: Hosting Customized Deb Packages On Local Machine

Jul 31, 2009

So I have a set of 10 *.deb packages that are customized. I would like to host them on my local Debian 5.0 machine on my local LAN just like a typical debian repo so that any I can apt-get them from any machine on my local LAN after adding repo to my sources.list file:

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Ubuntu Installation :: Create A Customized DVD

May 4, 2010

how I can create a customised Ubuntu Iso.Cause ive spent hours trying to customise ubuntu and finally it meets my requirements .I dont want to go through the process of doing all that again incase anything goes wrong.I like to have a DVD which if I install would load all the codecs, wallpapers, applications the way they are right now. so in other words : I would like to create an ISO image with all my applications and stuff that would install automatically If Godforbid I reinstall Ubuntu again.

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OpenSUSE :: How To Create One Click Install (Customized)

Sep 5, 2010

How do create I customized 1-click-install, with browsers, players,broadcom,kernel-vanilha, specific kernel version, gtk-aurora, virtualbox...? I actually install via terminal, but a 1-click-install will be more smoothly.

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Ubuntu :: Create A Customized Spell-checker?

Oct 9, 2010

We need to harness the power of computing technology but, since I'm no programmer, I am posting here if some people can help with our situation.For many hours per day, we have to go through paragraphs and paragraphs of text. We have our own style guide to follow when it comes to:


compound words (spaced out as two completely separate words?; hyphenated?; or joined together without any space?) We understand that Microsoft Word has a bit of customizability with it. But, to make the long story short, it's not good enough. So what we're looking for is to be able to paste several paragraphs into some program, and with rules that are 100%-created by us, have it alert us of the errors. If it could alert us the way that MS-Word or OpenOffice Writer does, that is, by using zizag underlines in red or green, that would be great. If you are a programmer or know a program that is 100% customizable (by 100% customizable, I mean that the only errors the programs considers errors are those that I tell it are errors).

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General :: Customized And Create (CD/DVD) Knoppix Image From 6.2 Version?

Nov 17, 2010

I want customized image of knoppix 6.2 version. Please let me know how to customize and create CD/DVD knoppix image.

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Debian :: Create Customized Live USB With Persistent Home Partition

Feb 3, 2011

I have Lenny installed. How to create, using live-helper customized Live USB with a persistent /home partition on this USB stick, to save changes between boots?

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General :: Create Custom Terminal Boot Mode Under Ubuntu?

Aug 5, 2011

I wonder if it would be possible to create a custom boot menu entry in grub under Ubuntu (11.04), that boots the system into terminal instead of the login screen.

The effect should be something like the root shell in (rescue mode) boot menu entry, one that gives me access to a root shell or a less privileged shell, without the need to select "root shell" explicitly.

If possible, I also would like to customize the shell started by, most preferably by specifying a shell script to run so that I can start something other than bash, like vim.

My intention is to create a "fast" boot mode to give me a usable system within seconds (to take notes, for instance) without needing to start GUI. Therefore, it is preferred that the silent option is turned on.

Note: There is a requirement: that no existing feature of the system is removed. That is to say, the gnome desktop (and Unity) should remain intact, and is only disabled when I choose this mode.

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Ubuntu :: Install Customized ISO With DM-Crypt Boot Disk?

Jan 7, 2011

I just bought a new laptop which will be running SSD (Corsair 120GB) as the boot drive and would like to migrate my OS to the new system. One of my requirements is full-disk encryption. I work with proprietary client data and need to encrypt the new drive, its swap partition, everything except for /boot. I've read instructions for doing this from the alternate install CD, but my OS is disturbingly customized (started out as 10.04) and it would take months to rebuild everything. I keep remastersys (-dist) ISOs to ensure I don't have to go through that process, but the ubiquity installer does not appear to have the option of doing disk-level crypt during the installation process. I can boot the ISO into CLI, but don't know how to run the alternate installer from there.

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General :: How To Create A LiveCD

Jan 18, 2010

What is the best/easiest way to create a Linux Live CD? Specifically, I'd like to create a Live CD that is very minimal in size, runs XFCE4, Wireshark, and has hardware drivers that make it compatible with a wide variety of laptops, ethernet drivers, and 802.11 drivers.

It needs to have an up-to-date kernel and it needs to be relatively easy to update as newer kernels become available.By minimal in size, I mean would like to get my features in to less than 300MB. I only need 1 language (English) supported and 1 keyboard layout. I'm personally partial to Ubuntu.

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Ubuntu :: Create LiveCD Without Remastersys ?

Nov 27, 2010

I was wondering which direction I should look for creating a backup of a customized Ubuntu minimal installation without remastersys. This LiveCD will live inside my arcade cabinet, so I want to keep everything as minimal as possible and remastersys installs tons of dependencies.

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Ubuntu :: Create LiveCD Exactly As System Is On HDD

Mar 15, 2011

For the last several days, I have been trying to create a liveCD exactly like my system is on my HDD.

I have tried doing it with the instructions on this thread: [url]

as well as using Remastersys. Both methods certainly gave me a LiveCD with the applications I wanted, but I need the default desktop/files/theme/etc to be exactly as I have it. (am i making sense?)

Is there an easy method to modify the ISO i've already compiled?

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General :: Ubuntu Install From LiveCD Brings Up CLI Instead Of Terminal

Mar 27, 2010

I've tried a couple of times installing Ubuntu on an old laptop but after the boot-up bar has done its thing, instead of the Terminal opening I get a Command Line Interface. I ran a test of the cd and it came up okay. Hardware is: Sony Vaio PCG FX205K,128MB, 850Mhz PCU.

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Debian Configuration :: Create A LiveCD With Option Of Installation

Jan 27, 2010

I am trying to create a LiveCD with the option of installation.So far, so good.Live and installation works well.Now I want to automate the installation. The problem is that when I run the install from the ISO, he said he did not could find the preseed file.In looking around, it seems that we should add this file in initrd But, I do not see how.I searched a few hours on the net in vain.

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Ubuntu :: Create A List, From LiveCD, Of What Programs Are Installed On HDD?

Jan 4, 2011

I made this thread last night~[URL]... Because my Ubuntu failed, and i have no idea why. I hadnt done anything different or risky.. and Ive no idea what to do. So, It appears Im going to have to do a re-install. Which, I really dont mind too much... (especially with Ubuntu) But It will stink if i *again* lose all my bookmarks , and lose track of all my installed programs. The programs, not as much of an issue as the bookmarks in my browser.. I would like to know, If I can somehow access the HDD from the LiveCD, So that I can create just a simple text list of all programs installed on the hdd? I cannot access my HDD except through the LiveCD So is there a way I can do this? Some kind of simple command I can toss into terminal, and have it output me a text file of all programs installed? or something? I really am totally clueless on how I would be able to save my chromium bookmarks.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Create A LiveCD Image Of My Current 11 Installation

Nov 15, 2010

I have a fedora 11 installation on my machine , with a customized partitioning of the 500GB sata HDD , I wanted to create a exact replica image on a USB stick , for future installations on other 500GB sata HDDs .. while only need to create a copy of the 5 GB (/boot + / ) while the remaining 400 GB + is a Data Logger partition which can be created by a script. I tried doing a rsync .. but have got stuck up with the bootable drive configs et all ..

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General :: Kernel-kits That Allow To Create A Livecd Backup

Jul 5, 2010

In doing my kernel-kits that allow you to create a livecd backup of your installed slackware or arch install, I came across stuff about how many x86 or x86_64 systems use a PAE kernel?

if thats so; should I release a PAE kernel kit also besides the x86 and x86_64 kernel kits for slackware/arch??

or is it not a big thing?

Can anyone run a PAE kernel or it should be a seperate build? the x86/x86_64 kits are not PAE...let me check...

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General :: LiveCD - Terminal Like Screen Asking For Local Host Login

May 12, 2010

I have loaded the LiveCd successfully on 3 laptops, now I'm at my daughters new Toshiba & and getting a "Terminal" like screen asking for "Local Host" Login, never had this experience before.

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Ubuntu :: Live CD - Automatic Boot From CD - No Asking For Language & Livecd|hdd Boot

Dec 30, 2010

i do software (learn keyboard) for blind people. I selected ubuntu and festival and TTS. Please i NEED (mandatory for disabled people) live cd what can be inserted into cdrom and everything is done - automatic boot, settings done, software is on start-up... created own distribution, programed software, done settings, but what kills me is : How i can run AUTOMATIC (without asking, no enter) boot from CD-ROOM. Now CD asking :

- 1) What language want you (here is only czech) - need ENTER (killer for disabled people)
- 2) Boot from CD or hdd - need ENTER (killer no. 2 for disabeld people)
- after 2) I m ok, i can handle it myself, works.

I edited file in isolinux menu.lst etc - I can edit text but i do not know how run defalut choice automaticly. timout 0 does not work I spent a lot of hours reading tutorials grub/isolinux and have nothing ...

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Ubuntu Installation :: Make A Customized Boot "disk/DVD"?

Jan 9, 2010

I currently using Ubuntu 9.10 last update formated with on a ext3 format. I have been a very happy ubuntu user for about 1 year. I have a win7 but I really do not see the point in installing it any more (only when I feel like playing a game).

Any my question: Some time ago I read somewhere that it is possible to make a customised boot "disk/DVD" so the programs etc. is intallled/deleted like you what from the beginning. ex. late week one of my harddrives crasched - and therefore I created a new and had to go find everything again. (codecs - program - visulizations and so on) I more or less use the same basic thing everytime for everything to work probably to my liking, but this takes me about a day (more or less) and this time wasted.

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Ubuntu :: Computer Will Not Boot From The HDD And Will Only Boot From The USB Drive That The LiveCD Is On?

Feb 26, 2011

i have downgraded from Ubuntu 10.10 to Ubuntu 10.04. I've had some bumps along the way and finally was able to install 10.04 successfully. Right now, my computer will not boot from the HDD and will only boot from the USB drive that the LiveCD is on. When I reorganize to set HDD as primary boot, i get:id-laptop login:d-laptop password:and I can put that in but then it just gives me a command line that ends with ~$ i believe. How do I get it to boot from the HDD instead of from the USB without running into this problem?

If I resequence the boot to HDD as number two, it will juts go into the LiveCD mode. Am I supposed to reinstall 10.04 again? I know 10.04 was successfully installed because it said it was and it needed to restart so i hit the restart button. It also had my old desktop picture there and all my files AND i checked the system info before restarting (it confirmed that lucid lynx was running).

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Make Machine To PXE Boot Windows From Another Machine Having RHEL5.2?

Jul 23, 2010

I want to make my machine to PXE boot windows from another machine having RHEL5.2. I know the procedure to PXE boot linux, but I want to know is it possible to PXE boot your client machine with windows XP.

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CentOS 5 :: Create A CentOS Based LiveCD That Mounts A NFS Share And Executes One Script?

Aug 14, 2009

I'm trying to create a CentOS based liveCD that mounts a NFS share and executes one script there. The NFS never mounts altough while logged I can mount it with the very same command that I use in the KS.

In the %post I have :

%post --log=/tmp/post.log --erroronfail
mkdir /mnt/nfs
mount -o nolock /mnt/nfs

I added the --log in order to debug, but nothing is written in /tmp/post.log. I tried redirection on the mount command with >> /tmp/debug.log but this is not written. Maybe during the post sequence /tmp is RO ? Anyway, I tried with ifup lo, service portmap start in the %post, but doesnt change (I even have a service : command not found in the live cd creator output).

Here is the remainder of the KS :
lang en_US.UTF-8
keyboard us
timezone US/Eastern


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Software :: LiveCD Will Not Boot?

Dec 12, 2010

When i pop in the live cd to boot from it gets stuck on the loading screen the one that looks like this:Ubuntu. . . . .The dots move until like 2 mins in and then they get stuck and nothing happens i let it sit for like 30 mins.The reason im using the cd is i already have installed ubuntu but then i installed windows xp on another partition and so im trying to get the grub back using the livecd.

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Boot Into 9.10 LiveCD?

Mar 20, 2010

Recently I got a new computer:
Intel core 2 duo E7500 chipset
Gigabyte s-series GA-G41M-Es2l
Intel G41 express chipset.
I inserted the ubuntu 9.10 disc in and I clicked on livecd option and few seconds latter I got a trace back report. Is it that my motherboard doesn't support ubuntu or what is wrong. Why can't I boot into livecd?

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 Not Booting / LiveCD Doesn't Boot / Grub Recovery Mode Doesn't Boot

Jan 4, 2011

Ubuntu 10.10 doesn't boot at all. The liveCD only boots once every like 30 attempts, installing from liveCD froze, but the Alternate CD worked and installed ubuntu. Now when I try to boot into it using GRUB, it freezes at the beginning of the boot process.With normal boot it freezes at line: Starting AppArmor profiles Skipping profile in /etc/apparmor.d/disable: usr.bin.firefox.With recovery mode it freezes even before showing me anything

A little kinda like the liveCD, if I try like 30 times, it might manage to boot once in normal mode.That line keeps on repeating, the the integer changes each time, and this goes on forever.I tried removing my floppy drive, but it didn't help.I tried to boot with fd0=noprobeThe one time it booted, when I restarted, it froze while trying to restart.

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OpenSUSE Install :: NET / LiveCD Will Not Boot At All

May 4, 2010

I formatted my old laptop's HDD completely to install openSUSE with a clean slate plus it couldn't handle XP anymore. I burnt a liveCD and NET CD but none of them boot (not at all) and since its my first experience with Linux I am puzzled. I get this message that operating system could not found (well there is none) and it suppose to boot from the CD I triple checked the boot priority I burnt extra CD's but nothing seem to work.

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General :: Gparted Won't Boot From LiveCD

Mar 17, 2010

Fedora 12

I downloaded the gparted iso and burnt it to a CD.

This GParted Live was created by:
create-gparted-live -l en -b u -e e -d sid -m -s -g -n 2.6.32-3 -i 0.5.2-1


I put the disk in and reboot. Nothing happens. I just get a flashing cursor in the top left hand corner. I then have to switch of the power button to get it to reboot. I have done this a number of time and the results are the same.

Can anyone tell me how to boot from the gparted liveCD?

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General :: Unable To Boot From LiveCD / USB

Mar 5, 2011

Basically this morning, I decided to format my Win7 as it was getting really slow and I did so with no problems. I also have a Linux Mint OS on dual boot. Since I was springcleaning my windows partition, I decided it was a good idea to do the same to my linux partition.

I downloaded the latest version of Linux Mint (Julia) and burned the LiveCD. Now here is where the problem lies, when I restarted Windows and chose to boot from the LiveCD, it didn't work. No joke. There was just a little underscore blinking for a long time before it went back to GRUB which prompted me to select an OS to boot.

However, when I went into my old Linux Mint OS and restarted the machine, the LiveCD worked... to a certain extent. It would load and look as though it was ready to install Linux Mint 10 but the moment it got to the option screen, the whole screen turned into a checkered and jumbled mess.

At this point I thought it was the LiveCD or the .iso file. I had an Ubuntu LiveUSB for recovery purposes and I tried that. The exact same thing happened. Can't boot the LiveUSB if I restarted from Windows, but works when I reboot from Linux. BUT still the same checkered screen that doesnt respond.

Did a bit of googling and reckoned it might be something wrong with my GRUB. Did some updating and didnt make a difference.

Then I tried the Super Grub Disk and STUPIDLY uninstalled GRUB. (Note that booting to SGD had the exact same problem - can't be done if I rebooted from Windows). Now I can't access my Linux Mint 9 cos the the bootup screen (mbr) only has Windows 7 as an option.

Remember me mentioning that I can't boot from any CD/USB/recovery CD when I reboot from Windows? And now that I can't access Linux, there's no way for me to do any form of recovery!

I've tried using the command prompt utility at startup recovery but to no avail.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Can't Boot From USB LiveCD

Apr 18, 2010

I'm trying to boot off a USB LiveCD of Ubuntu 9.10 in order to save some data off a botched UNR install. However when I try to boot off said USB drive, I get this error:

process 2425: arguments to dbus_pending_call_set_notify() were incorrect, assertion "pending != NULL" failed in file dbus-pending-call.c line 596 The error repeats constantly until I turn off the netbook (EeePC 1008HA).

I've tested the USB drive using the "Check disk" option in the boot menu, and it comes up clean.

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