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how to make a custom remaster
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PostPosted: Tue 08 May 2007, 11:32    Post_subject:  how to make a custom remaster  

I am trying to make a custom remaster for programming in Ruby and C/C++ using Kdevelop, for my university class. I am almost completed with the source system, now I try to make a remaster.

I tryed Dougal's Enhanced Remaster CD, but it messed up hardware config in the ISO (i choose not to customize, but the hardware detection went wrong afterwards), so finally I did the hard work and made a clean .2fs file, which is perfect to be remastered.

I could make an sfs from 2fs, but I don't understand, that in what order puppy loads the sfs files at boot. I mean if I have the same file in pup214.sfs, kde.sfs and remaster.sfs, which will be on top layer? Does Puppy load them alphabetically, or in a specific order?

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