[Live-demo] how to easily create a live Disc with only some of the projects
gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com
Fri Jan 27 14:20:36 PST 2017
Please have a look in the following link:
The tool to create the iso is genisoimage:
On Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 11:58 PM, karsten <karsten at terragis.net> wrote:
> Hi Angelos,
> great I will try to follow the documentation there.
> Is there anywhere noted which tool is used to create the final iso image ?
> Thanks a lot
> *From:* Angelos Tzotsos [mailto:gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com]
> *Sent:* Tuesday, January 24, 2017 11:22
> *To:* karsten at terragis.net
> *Cc:* live-demo at lists.osgeo.org
> *Subject:* Re: [Live-demo] how to easily create a live Disc with only
> some of the projects
> Dear Karsten,
> You can start by using the source code for OSGeoLive:
> Specifically, you can disable projects in here:
> and try to build an iso to fit your needs.
> You can add your own installers, your own customizations etc.
> On Sun, Jan 22, 2017 at 11:49 PM, karsten <karsten at terragis.net> wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> I am in the process of creating a live Disk (aka USB stick) for a project
>> called the "Tanzania Food and Land Productivity Information System" - see
>> a online version of this here http://transsec2.terragis.net/Welcome.html .
>> The system is nearly finished ( and uses MapServer, PostGIS, GDAL,
>> OpenLayers 2 etc) under the hood. We would like to publish as an ISO image
>> to have bootable USB sticks available for teaching and scientific purposes.
>> No I have tried to cerate my own bootable system via setting up an Ubuntu
>> and tried to cerate an ISO image form there but have run in a lot of issues
>> (the first resulting ISO created via systemback failed to boot into the GUI
>> but only command line, and a later botched attempt setting up a Xubuntu
>> server on a local laptop, where all worked except the MapServer version
>> could not easily be installed) .
>> Thus, I wanted to reach out for advice what is the easiest way to get a
>> bootable system iso created including my project (open to use Ubuntu for
>> Xubuntu or the like as a base) .
>> One alternative to my recent approach - I guess - would be to use the
>> live disk as a base , install that to a local machine, then uninstall all
>> that is not needed, and then use the Systemback application to create a iso
>> Karsten Vennemann
>> Terra GIS LTD
>> 2119 Boyer Ave E
>> Seattle, WA 98112
>> Live-demo mailing list
>> Live-demo at lists.osgeo.org
> Angelos Tzotsos, PhD
> OSGeo Charter Member
Angelos Tzotsos, PhD
OSGeo Charter Member
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