Recent versions of the syslinux-common Debian package has moved the vesamenu.c32 file, breaking the hdd images. This updates the symlink, at the expense of breaking compilation with older syslinux versions. This also adds extra symlinks to libcom32.c32 and libutil.c32, which are apparently needed to use vesamenu.c32 now.
…iscontinued. Signed-off-by: Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This links to various parts of the isolinux configuration. Note that, unlike with isolinux, there is no syslinux.bin for the main syslinux binary. Instead, this main binary is installed using the "syslinux" command, which comes from the host. For this reason, vesamenu.c32 is also linked to the host version and not the embedded isolinux version, to prevent problems with version mismatches (at the expense of reintroducing #170 for the hdd version of the host sylinux version is older than 6).
shallow clone. So we cp across .git directory instead.
…of say kioskresetstation. It's not here anymore, everything is now "curated" in the chroot; https://github.com/Webconverger/webc Hence I'm removing this old irrelevant and misleading build includes, since we don't build from scratch anymore