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From: "Luis Flores soberon" <lmflores78@...>
Subject: Re: Using GLI
Date: Fri, 02 Sep 2005 14:18:23 +0000
Yea.. in fact.. I started yesterday using catalyst...
Thank you Andrew...
What you tell me Chris is exactlly what i was looking for.
Again.. thanks a lot

Luis


>Well, this is a catalyst question, really.  Luckily for you, I happen to
>lurk here, too... :P

>You have a couple choices here.  You can build your own CD, which is
>probably your best bet in the long run.  You could also edit the ISO
>image before you burn it to add a "cdupdate.sh" shell script to the root
>of the CD's file-system.  This script is executed between the initrd and
>the actual CD's init scripts, so it is *not* suitable for dumping an
>installation script into, but it *is* suitable for catting an
>installation script out to a location, and adding an entry
>to /etc/conf.d/local.start to execute your script.

>--
>Chris Gianelloni
>Release Engineering - Strategic Lead/QA Manager
>Games - Developer
>Gentoo Linux


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