On 08/01/2012 07:22 PM, Angelos Tzotsos wrote:
On 08/01/2012 07:11 PM, Elizabeth Krumbach wrote:
On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 10:09 AM, Angelos Tzotsos
I am one of the developers of the OSGeoLive project
We are using Xubuntu as a base to build a custom distro and for our
release (due in 10 days) we have ported to 12.04 code base.
We used to create our iso with remastersys (backup/dist methods) and
decided to switch to a new method based on the official ubuntu wiki for
creating a custom iso. The script for this new method is here:
We are facing a strange behaviour in all the above methods with
installing successfully the iso on VirtualBox, during the first boot
a message about not being able to mount /run, / , /tmp, /run/lock,
/run/shm, and finally the UUID of the hard drive. This happens with
build method of the iso, and same with remastersys, so we think it
something not related to remastersys.
Any ideas about this?
The iso files to test are here:
The alternate iso is the one not made by remastersys.
I spoke with you briefly in channel yesterday, I'm not really a formal
dev but didn't want to leave you hanging here.
It looks like much of your script is very similar to many of the steps
defined on: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization
Have you reviewed this to see if there are discrepancies that may be
accounting for the failure?
I'll give it a try this evening (west coast US) to see what I can
come up with.
You are right that most of the steps are from LiveCDCustomization wiki
page. I am wondering if those are tested for 12.04 and/or Xubuntu.
After some searching in logs I think this has to do with lightdm: gvfs
is mounted in the lightdm /var/lib folder
Looking more into this...
This is the error I am getting after completing the LiveCDCustomization
instructions and after installing the new iso:
The scripts used to do the installation are located here:
We are creating a "user" during chroot to be able to install stuff to
postgres and some other desktop stuff and then we move those to /etc/skel
I also noticed that after installation the guest account can actually
log in and works fine.
Perhaps we have an issue with the custom casper.conf we create?
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