Linux Live Script: Tools for create Live Linux Own Ur Own Windows
Linux Live is a set of shell scripts which allows you to create own Live Linux from your installed Linux distribution.
Live system you create will be bootable from CD-ROM or a disk device,
for example USB Flash Drive, USB Pen Drive, Camera connected to USB
port, and so on.
People use Linux Live scripts to boot Linux from iPod as well.
How to build a Live distro:
Install your favourite distro to disk partition, or into a folder on
your existing system. Slackware is recommended but not required.
Build aufs kernel module and squashfs kernel module (optionally patched
to support LZMA). The step above is not required if you use precompiled
Linux Kernel from this website.
3. Install kernel modules to the
newly installed distro to /lib/modules/`uname -r`/fs/. Make sure you
are running the same kernel you used to compile modules
Remove all unnecessary files (for example man pages and all other files
you don't need), to make your Live Linux system as small as possible
(this step is optional).
5. Download Linux Live scripts from
this website and unpack it in /tmp. Read ./DOC/requirements.txt to find
out what linux-live scripts need.
6. Edit .config file if you
need to modify some variables. Finally login as root and run ./build.
Live distribution's 'directory tree' will be created in
/tmp/live_data_1234 where 1234 is a random number.