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Post subject: Integrate bootlogos with pyfll?  PostPosted: 20.07.2011, 21:43



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Today I tried to create a "special edition" of aptosid with pyfll for private use.
After it was finished and the iso had been created, it was impossible to start the image in gfxmode, because the bootlogos and translations were missing. In addition I wanted to load personal bootlogos into the image. I know that I also could unpack the ISO, copy the bootlogos in the appropriate folder and rebuild it again with the geniso/xorriso commands, like I did it before, but I wanted to know how I can integrate own bootlogos and other stuff in /boot/isolinux with pyfll.
I also know that it is possible to include other files, for example release notes, with include_media.
The aptosid ISOs have all stuff included, too so I just wanted to know how it works with pyfll.
I hope that anybody can help me with that.
Thanks in advance.

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