Sunday, January 20, 2008

Good/Bad things

Good: The Ubuntu devs put out a barebones squashfs. This is nice because the only bloat is in the kernel. I just have to unsquashfs it, mount the necessary devices for internet and such, chroot, do what I will, exit, mksquashfs, mkisofs, and boom, boot to QEMU.

Bad: It is of the latest development release. IE: Hardy Heron, which isn't stable. I can't get it to boot in QEMU/VirtualBox and I have no CDs to burn to test it on my lappy.

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