Open Secure-K OS Deployer
Open Secure-K OS Deployer is the deployment system for writing the Open Secure-K OS initial ISO image onto a USB key - it will create the liveng partitioning scheme.
Open Secure-K OS and Open Secure-K OS Deployer are LumIT Labs projects.
Installation (Debian Stretch/GNOME)
You can download the binary package from Releases, https://github.com/LumIT-Labs/open-securekos-deployer/releases.
In order to install it into the system, open the terminal emulator as root:
dpkg -i open-securekos-deployer_version-release_all.deb apt-get update apt-get install -f
Only Debian Stretch with GNOME is supported or has been tested.
Once installed, open the Deployer as you normally do for a GNOME program, select the Open Secure-K OS initial ISO image file and type in a passphrase of your choice for LUKS-encrypting the data persistence partition, then click on Write. The Deployer will deploy the Open Secure-K OS initial ISO image onto all the insterted (and listed) USB devices, thus creating the complete Open Secure-K OS liveng operating system.
You can also launch the Python script via a terminal emulator in order to see its log messages:
cd /usr/lib/open-securekos-deployer-<majorVersion> echo "logorroic:true" > deployer.cfg python deployer.pyc
Openbox note (if using a Debian Stretch derived distro without GNOME for the deployment): unline GNOME, Openbox seems to automount every USB device every time it's created. So, make sure the the automount is disabled.
Building (Debian Stretch)
The Open Secure-K OS Deployer codebase comes with a quick-and-dirty Debian Stretch package builder - only the binary .deb package is built.
In order to build the Debian package, open the terminal emulator as root:
cd /path/to/open-securekos-deployer/source ./debian-pkg/make-release.sh
The open-securekos-deployer_version-release_all.deb file will be created.