[Live-demo] Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] What usually your local chapter exhibit in a conference?

Stefan Hansen stefan.hansen at lisasoft.com
Thu Apr 16 20:32:47 PDT 2009

On the LISAsoft-LiveCD_process pages is actually our old process
described. Atm we turn a whole xubuntu installation into an ISO-image.
How we do it is described here:

However, if you only want to add some html-pages, you can simply follow
the instructions on the page Mark mentioned.


Mark Leslie wrote:
> Not wrong, but certainly not complete.  Have a look at
> http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/LISAsoft-LiveCD_process
> Stefan has spelled out the process quite well there.
> Cameron Shorter wrote:
>> Jacolin,
>> I understand that adding html content to the liveDVD is quite straight
>> forward.
>> Stefan can you please verify the steps. I think it is just a case of:
>> * You download the LiveDVD
>> * Add you favourite HTML pages into the DVD image
>> * Save and then burn the new image
>> Jacolin Yves wrote:
>>> Le Tuesday 14 April 2009 22:46:13 Cameron Shorter, vous avez écrit :
>>>> Yves,
>>>> Have you considered using the LiveDVD instead of a USB key? I suspect it
>>>> would be cheaper. (at ~ $2 per DVD). You can also include all the data
>>>> and programs you suggested on the DVD as well.
>>> Hello,
>>> The usb key was a sponsor from Autodesk Fr and is useful (rewritable)
>>> for the user :)
>>> But we indeed think first using a LiveDVD and I am happy that there is
>>> an OSGeo project about this. However, I am not sur if it is so easy to
>>> add data and documentation inside the OSGeo Live DVD or others. Am I
>>> wrong? If you can redirect me to a wiki page explaining how to do :)
>>> Regards,
>>> Y.

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