I want to add some drivers to the CentOS LiveCD. These drivers are not present on out of the box CentOS LiveCD.
So Once I add the the new drivers to the LiveCD, and then boot up the server with the LiveCD then I am hoping that it will recognize the new hardware.
I have been googling around this but haven't found a process by which I could add the drivers to a CentOS LiveCD.
At least regarding the netinstall I can tell that it does not force you to use LVM.If you install C6 (netinstall or full DVD) on a machine with less then 652 MB RAM it will fall back to the t... [by tigalch]
I'm trying to generate a CentOS6.3 LiveCD image that includes Adobe Air 2.6 and a few Air applications installed on it that our company develops. I've copied a CentOS 6 LiveCD KS image sc... [by sharkannon]
When experimenting with livecd, you often have to regenerate the .iso while livecd-creator downloads all packages from network every time. If you copy the installation dvd to the /var/tmp/DVD_Fedora_17 directory and declare it as repository (createrepo) it saves some time, but still takes half an hour to download all updates.
I want to install the Kali penetration testing software on a DVD or a CD as a LiveDVD / LiveCD. Google turned up results on installation for a Usb and hard drive / disk installation, but nothing for LiveCD/DVD. One site said that LiveDVD installation isn't suggested for Kali, because of installation problems.
Will installing Kali on a DVD or CD give me anything serious to worry about?