Monday, September 5. 2005
Today I worked a lot on grml2hd (the grml-installer) and it's features. First of all it's possible to use grml2hd with grml-small now. This means you can get a linux installation on a >=200MB harddisk system. ;-) I also integrated the grml-autoconfig framework within grml2hd. There's a script namend grml-autoconfig which is the interface to the grml-autoconfig framework's configuration file /etc/grml/autoconfig. And finally there are some other small improvements not visible to the user but useful for the bootup sequence. I also improved the grml-autoconfig-framework itself - some parts of the config-framework have been merged into the code. I also worked on the script mkpersistenthome and the home=...-bootparam: both are essential parts of the config-framework and have to work with grml 0.5.
Kernel 2.6.13-grml works quite fine but it does not work on the live-cd-system yet. The reason is that there's one bug left in unionfs and therefor I'll have to wait until unionfs-developers resolve the bug and release a snapshot supporting kernel 2.6.13. In the meanwhile I'm working on the config-framework...
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