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AlexRey wrote:Badly worded on my part , What i meant was can anyone suggest a rolling release that can be converted to a Livedisk with refracta?
I know people love point release for stability but apart from the fact i'm always pushed for time it also annoys the crap out of me having to reinstall linux distribution every few months.
What i meant was can anyone suggest a rolling release that can be converted to a Livedisk with refracta?
Live media would be made from the updated system, I don't think there is any script to add updates to a live image.
AlexRey wrote:i have to say after trying PCLinuxos that it's a load of old crap.
Seems to be stuck in the 90's with horrid colours and odd plugins such as DivX , who the hell still uses Divx
nadir wrote:It's been a while, but antiX comes to my mind
thwak wrote:The herd clearly disagrees with your pointed assessment.
fsmithred wrote:If you want to update/upgrade a live system using refracta tools and without installing the system to hard drive, you'd need to boot a live usb, run the update and uprade, then make a new iso with refractasnapshot, and then put that iso onto a live usb. You would need some mounted storage space for the work dir and snapshot dir. Also, it would probably help to be using a persistent volume, so that the changes on upgrade get written somewhere instead of taking up memory.
You can make a live-usb directly from a running live system (CD, DVD or USB) with refracta2usb, but it just copies the existing filesystem.squashfs.
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