On Fri, Jan 25, 2002 at 03:42:57PM +0000, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> This I guess is mostly aimed at Niall. How much is involved in creating
> the bootable business card? I'd like to create a CD based distro of some
> sort for a bunch of PCs we have transient access too. They're public
> access but would allow us when the place is closed to use them for our own
> evil needs without installing linux onto the hard disk.
All depends on what you want to do. If all you want is the equivalent of the
current ILUG BBC but with changes to
> If we could create a similar equivalent which would on boot load the right
> network drivers and pop up n the network it'd quite cool.
then that's relatively simple. Network setup is done by a script which asks
questions but could easily be modified to do what you want automatically.
Download the ISO and read the makeBBC documentation and have fun :-)
It must be easy - I did it !
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