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    I'm working on an up-to-date Leo4All USB installation stick. I've figured out how the package management system etc. works, so I've figured out how to slipstream in new/updated packages in some case. Is there any documentation about this to make sure I'm doing it correctly/the best way?

    Also, I was thinking of making it a live installer - i.e. a live disc as well as an installer. Would it be possible to work from an installed, bootable version of OSX on a USB stick then add in all the installer packages etc. so that you could run the installer from within the live environment?

    Thanks for any help,

    Wrayal



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    Actually, I'm trying to get it on USB rather than CD. I've read that installing to USB is as simple as just installing (or close to it). But getting the installer itself to boot seems to be quite hard. I've asr'd the .dmg to partition 2, and installed syslinux on partition 1 (fat32) and am using the following lines in grub4dos to boot the installer:

    kernel BOOT
    rootnoverify(hd0,1)
    boot

    It goes through the normal bootloader etc, and seems to work happily, load kernel ext's and so forth, but at some point it seems to lose the root device, and I eventually get 'wating for [...] rdisk0s2'. And...here I'm kinda stuck. Any ideas?

    (I've also tried rdisk1s2 in case it recognised the HD as primary, although grub4dos's (hd0,1) line working would indicate otherwise anyway)

    Wrayal

 

 

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