I apologize if this has already been covered, but I haven't found anything useful - surprisingly.I'd like to have a CentOS 6 Live CD available via a PXE boot menu for system r... [by arrkerr]
on 04/15/2013 – Made popular on 04/15/2013
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.
I am building my own custom live USB / MMC OS and managed to get it to boot up; however, without using the live module, root is read only and essentially the system is useless.
My image is not built using livecd-tools, but a custom variant of livecd-tools which does not build an ISO, but just a root image installed to whatever partition I tell it to along with boot partition / MBR.
I'm currently building a custom lubuntu-based LiveCD using Ubuntu Customization Kit, and it's been so far so good, but I need to somehow remove the installation menu that shows up when you boot into lubuntu (the one that has the "Try Lubuntu without Installing" option), I just need it to jump straight into the desktop environment without prompting the user to install lubuntu, as it's alw
I have a fresh Ubuntu 12.04.3 Server (x64) install that I can't seem to convince to boot to the grub menu. I've re-installed grub several times at this point, both manually and using a 12.04.3 Desktop LiveCD with boot-repair. Every time I boot however, I land on the grub terminal, never getting to a normal grub boot menu.
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