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devdoc:devdoc_create_iso_installer [2016/02/07 08:31]
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 After creating one or more flash images (''​.img.gz''​ files) using **[[devdoc:​devdoc_create_image|Create a Flash Image]]**, you can wrap those images in a Hybrid ISO (''​.iso''​ file) that can be directly booted when dd'ed to a USB flash drive, booted in a Virtual Machine, or mounted as an ISO disk. After creating one or more flash images (''​.img.gz''​ files) using **[[devdoc:​devdoc_create_image|Create a Flash Image]]**, you can wrap those images in a Hybrid ISO (''​.iso''​ file) that can be directly booted when dd'ed to a USB flash drive, booted in a Virtual Machine, or mounted as an ISO disk.
  
-The input ''​.img.gz''​ file(s) will be placed unaltered on the resulting ISO in the ''​os/''​ directory along with generated ''​.img.gz.sha1''​ files. ​ Additionally,​ the current AstLinux changelog file will be included ​in the ISO.+The input ''​.img.gz''​ file(s) will be placed unaltered on the resulting ISO in the ''​os/''​ directory along with generated ''​.img.gz.sha1''​ files. ​ Additionally,​ the current AstLinux changelog file will be included ​on the ISO.
  
 The process is quite straight-forward,​ but does require the **[[devdoc:​documentation|Development Environment]]** to be installed. The process is quite straight-forward,​ but does require the **[[devdoc:​documentation|Development Environment]]** to be installed.
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   cp runnix-iso.config .config   cp runnix-iso.config .config
  
-In this case the ''​./​scripts/​build-runnix-iso''​ script will not have an ''​output/''​ directory to restore, so it will retain the "​runnix-iso"​ build ''​output/''​ directory. ​ Additional ''​./​scripts/​build-runnix-iso''​ calls will be very quick.+In this case the ''​./​scripts/​build-runnix-iso''​ script will not have an ''​output/''​ directory to restore, so it will retain the "​runnix-iso"​ build ''​output/''​ directory. ​ Additional ''​./​scripts/​build-runnix-iso''​ calls will execute ​very quickly.
  
 Finally, to see how this ISO installer can be used, follow **[[userdoc:​new-install|New Installation]]** for the process. Finally, to see how this ISO installer can be used, follow **[[userdoc:​new-install|New Installation]]** for the process.