FreeBSD 7.0 own installation
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Thu Jun 19 15:15:16 UTC 2008
On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 6:27 AM, Sebastian Tymków
<sebastian.tymkow at gmail.com> wrote:
> I need to create my own installation disk.
> Is there any solution to create own release without in example sendmail.
> I made some scripts and included them in /usr/src/release/Makefile
> to install some ports to iso ( I know I can do post-install but for some
> I'd like to do it).
> Maybe there is better solution to create bootable iso than using make
> which creates chroot environment and recreate world once again ?
> Another question, is there any possibility to simply add gjournal to
> sysinstall to use it during installation?
> I wan't to create as easy installation as is possible ( I don't want to play
> with fixit mode).
> Best regards,
> Sebastian Tymkow
I'd read `man src.conf' (note the WITHOUT_* variables), and you
probably should ask this type of a question on questions@ next time
(it's a bit more fitting to be discussed there). Apart from that you
should be able to grab whatever binaries you want with custom scripts,
similar to what NanoBSD  does...
Good luck though,
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