I started this discussion in another mailing list:
Then, I was instructed to proceed here, at opensuse-factory.
Since I believe Live media are important to Linux - especially because
they present Linux to newcomers - I'm here to volunteer myself to
build (or to help anyone that already started building) an official
LiveDVD for openSUSE Leap 42.2.
Before seeking for help, I was doing all the work on my own. You can
check what I've done until now here:
- Download of ISO image:
- KIWI source: https://github.com/kamarada/kiwi-config-Kamarada/tree/42.2
- Commit history: https://github.com/kamarada/kiwi-config-Kamarada/commits/42.2
With that Leap 42.2 Live media, I tried to come as close as possible
from a clean openSUSE Leap 42.2 install made using Network install.
Except for Brazilian Portuguese translations and a few customizations
to the software selection and YaST Firstboot, my Live media is
equivalent to a clean openSUSE install.
I'm facing some issues, which I reported at GitHub, and I would
appreciate the help of any of you who have sufficient knowledge to
solve them (maybe someone who knows very well openSUSE and/or KIWI
could help solving those issues):
Briefly, here is what I'm facing:
1) I'm unable to ping, when I try to do so I get the following error message:
ping: error while loading shared libraries: libcap.so.2: cannot stat
shared object: Permission denied
2) Live system loses keyboard configuration after initial setup, it
looks like YaST Firstboot does not store the keyboard layout I select
In the meantime, I managed to solve this issue:
3) LiveDVD asks for root password (the latest version based on Leap
42.2 Beta 1 does not ask for root password anymore)
Any help would be really appreciated.
Thank you in advance!
The Linux Kamarada Project
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