[Grml] New use of grml-medium

Michael Prokop mika at grml.org
Mon Nov 26 14:49:10 CET 2007

[late reply, but I was working on this issue in the last days]

* T o n g <mlist4suntong at yahoo.com> [20071113 04:55]:
> On Sun, 11 Nov 2007 23:44:33 +0100, Michael Prokop wrote:

> >> layout looks fine for me. And it is quite time consuming to test it
> >> within grml-small and installing mksquashfs and mkisofs after every reboot.

> > I'll check out whether we can provide mksquashfs, mkisofs and
> > everything else what's needed for remastering in grml-medium (grml
> > ships it of course, but grml-small should stay at a minimum).

> How about we use grml-medium as the base system for remastering?

Yes, this was my plan. :)

I just build a grml-medium ISO providing X.org and featuring LZMA
compression within squashfs. Currently I'm at 163MB ISO size, I'll
add some few more packages but I'm very confident that we can
provide a grml-medium ISO shipping X.org as well. Oh and of course
grml-live and FAI is part of the ISO too.

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