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First release of OSBuilder - Larry - 05-11-2017

The first release is available on the download page http://iwlnx.com/download.html

It has small updates over the 14.4 Pinguy version. It may not work well with older releases.
It has updates to isolinux.
Test only in a safe place and let me know your results.

Larry

PS - noticed a problem with the language files.
If you have a problem starting OSBuilder - delete the language file for
your language and it should work.


RE: First release of OSBuilder - pcspecialistpdx - 01-14-2018

Any plans to make one that will remaster Debian 9?


RE: First release of OSBuilder - Larry - 01-14-2018

(01-14-2018, 08:17 AM)pcspecialistpdx Wrote: Any plans to make one that will remaster Debian 9?

Yes - have 2 versions almost ready.
One is a build a Debian 9 from scratch.
The other is similar to the old OS Builder but works only with IWLNX.

I will upload both this week.

Larry


RE: First release of OSBuilder - pcspecialistpdx - 01-14-2018

The "similar to the old OS Builder" is what I'm asking about but need it to work with what began as a Debian 9 net install. After a lot of work, I've been able to remaster it, but, only legacy. I need a remaster that installs both legacy and EFI like Pinguy Builder did for me with Mint 18.x


RE: First release of OSBuilder - Larry - 01-15-2018

(01-14-2018, 08:40 PM)pcspecialistpdx Wrote: The "similar to the old OS Builder" is what I'm asking about but need it to work with what began as a Debian 9 net install.  After a lot of work, I've been able to remaster it, but, only legacy.  I need a remaster that installs both legacy and EFI like Pinguy Builder did for me with Mint 18.x

IWLNX 2.0 is based on Debian 9 and it works there.
Right now it is only efi but I am working on a legacy version.

I am just slow - babysit 3 Great grand kids M-F and at 70 it is a bit of work.

SysBuilder which is on the download page generates a base Debian 9 system from source.

Download the isogen.deb from the download page and let me know how it works for you (efi only at this time).

Larry