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#!/bin/bash
# build.sh -- creates an Meilix LiveCD ISO
# Author: members of the meilix Team
# Based on HOWTO information by Julien Lavergne <gilir@ubuntu.com>
set -eux # Be strict
export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8
export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
export LANGUAGE=en_US.UTF-8
# Parameters: arch mirror gnomelanguage release
# Arch to build ISO for, i386 or amd64
arch=${1:-amd64}
# Adding condition for processor support
if [ "$TRAVIS_TAG" != "" ];
then
arch=${1:-"$processor"}
fi
# Ubuntu mirror to use
mirror=${2:-"http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/"}
# Ubuntu release used as a base by debootstrap, check if it works with the provided lzma image.
release=${4:-xenial}
# Set of GNOME language packs to install.
# Use '\*' for all langs, 'en' for English
gnomelanguage=${3:-'{en}'}
# Necessary data files
datafiles="image-${arch}.tar.lzma sources.${release}.list"
# Necessary development tool packages to be installed on build host
devtools="debootstrap genisoimage p7zip-full squashfs-tools ubuntu-dev-tools"
#url_wallpaper="https://meilix-generator.herokuapp.com/uploads/wallpaper" # url heroku wallpaper
#wget $url_wallpaper -P meilix-default-settings/usr/lxqt/themes/meilix/
# Make sure we have the data files we need
for i in $datafiles
do
if [ ! -f $i ]; then
echo "$0: ERROR: data file `pwd`/$i not found"
exit 1
fi
done
# Remove build fragments that are not needed during build
[ -d db ] && sudo rm -R db
[ -d pool ] && sudo rm -R pool
[ -d docs ] && sudo rm -R docs
[ -d dists ] && sudo rm -R dists
# Remove previous chroot if exists
[ -d chroot ] && sudo rm -R chroot/
# Make sure we have the tools we need installed
sudo apt-get -qq clean
sudo apt-get -qq update
sudo apt-get -qq install $devtools -y --no-install-recommends
sudo apt-get -qq install dpkg-dev debhelper fakeroot
sudo apt-get -qq install devscripts
sudo apt-get -qq install tree # for debugging
# Initram extraction, see https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/163346/why-is-it-that-my-initrd-only-has-one-directory-namely-kernel
sudo apt-get -qq install binwalk
initramfs-extract() {
local target=$1
local offset=$(binwalk -y gzip $1 | awk '$3 ~ /gzip/ { print $1; exit }')
shift
dd if=$target bs=$offset skip=1 | zcat | cpio -id --no-absolute-filenames $@
}
# remove existing plymouth bootscreen packages and debuilding them again
# in the future the debuilding (=building deb packages) is to be done
# in the meilix-artwork repo and we will fetch the latest releases of the
# deb files here.
[ -f plymouth-meilix-logo_1.0-2_all.deb ] && rm plymouth-meilix-logo_1.0-2_all.deb
[ -f plymouth-meilix-text_1.0-2_all.deb ] && rm plymouth-meilix-text_1.0-2_all.deb
[ -f meilix-default-theme_1.0-2_all.deb ] && rm meilix-default-theme_1.0-2_all.deb
[ -f systemlock_0.1-1_all.deb ] && rm systemlock_0.1-1_all.deb
chmod +x ./scripts/debuild.sh
./scripts/debuild.sh
#Fetch the packages from meilix-artwork
wget -q https://github.com/fossasia/meilix-artwork/raw/deb/plymouth-theme-meilix-logo_1.0-2_all.deb -O plymouth-theme-meilix-logo_1.0-2_all.deb
wget -q https://github.com/fossasia/meilix-artwork/raw/deb/plymouth-theme-meilix-text_1.0-2_all.deb -O plymouth-theme-meilix-text_1.0-2_all.deb
wget -q https://github.com/fossasia/meilix-artwork/raw/deb/meilix-default-theme_1.0-2_all.deb -O meilix-default-theme_1.0-2_all.deb
wget -q https://github.com/fossasia/meilix-systemlock/raw/master/systemlock_0.1-1_all.deb -O systemlock_0.1-1_all.deb
# Create and populate the chroot using debootstrap
# Debootstrap installs a Linux in the chroot. The noisy output could be ignored
# arch, release, mirror as set above.
sudo debootstrap --arch=${arch} ${release} chroot ${mirror} #2>&1 |grep -v "^I: "
# Use /etc/resolv.conf from the host machine during the build
sudo cp -vr /etc/resolvconf chroot/etc/resolvconf
# Copy the sources.list in chroot which enables universe / multiverse, and eventually additional repos.
# The sources.list apt ppa sources should correspond to the ${release} version
sudo cp -v sources.${release}.list chroot/etc/apt/sources.list
# Copy our custom packages into the chroot
sudo cp -v meilix-default-settings_*_all.deb chroot
sudo cp -v systemlock_*_all.deb chroot
sudo cp -v plymouth-theme-meilix-logo_*_all.deb chroot
sudo cp -v plymouth-theme-meilix-text_*_all.deb chroot
sudo cp -v meilix-default-theme_*_all.deb chroot
#sudo cp -v meilix-metapackage_*_all.deb chroot
# sudo cp -v ./scripts/meilix_check.sh chroot/meilix_check.sh
# Storing the related package list from the webapp to software array
# Copy all the installation scripts into the chroot
if [ "$TRAVIS_TAG" != "" ];
then
recipe=`echo $recipe | jq -r '.[]'`
for SOFTWARE in $recipe
do
case "$SOFTWARE" in
"chromium")
sudo cp -v ./scripts/packages/chromium-package.sh chroot
;;
esac
done
fi
# Mount needed pseudo-filesystems for the chroot
sudo mount --rbind /sys chroot/sys
sudo mount --rbind /dev chroot/dev
sudo mount -t proc none chroot/proc
#Section chroot - Work *inside* the chroot
#chmod +x ./scripts/chroot.sh
#./scripts/chroot.sh
#switch to chroot 'in reconstruction' version
chmod +x ./scripts/chroot_reconst.sh
./scripts/chroot_reconst.sh
#Section chroot finished, continue work outside the chroot,
###############################################################
#Preparing image
# ubiquity-slideshow slides for the installer, overwrite the chroot ones
sudo cp -vr ubiquity-slideshow chroot/usr/share/
# Unmount pseudo-filesystems for the chroot
sudo umount -lfr chroot/proc
sudo umount -lfr chroot/sys
sudo umount -lfr chroot/dev
echo $0: Preparing image...
# Clean leftovers in the image directory
[ -d image ] && sudo /bin/rm -r image
# Extract a new image folder
# lzma file is a zip compressed live cd image (without squasfs content)
# it it uncompressed into a new folder "image"
#tar image-${arch}.tar.lzma
# -> taking the standard image image-${arch}.tar.lzma files does not work
# anymore
if [ "$arch" == "amd64" ];
then
tar xf image-amd64.tar.lzma
else
tar xf image-i386.tar.lzma
fi
# Copy the kernel from the "chroot" into the "image" folder for the LiveCD
sudo \cp --verbose -rf chroot/boot/vmlinuz-**-generic image/casper/vmlinuz
sudo \cp --verbose -rf chroot/boot/initrd.img-**-generic image/casper/initrd.lz
# Extract initrd (compressed in nonuniform ways) to update casper-uuid-generic
mkdir initrd_FILES && \
cp image/casper/initrd.lz initrd_FILES/initrd.lz && \
cd initrd_FILES && \
initramfs-extract initrd.lz -v && \
ls && \
cd .. && \
cp initrd_FILES/conf/uuid.conf image/.disk/casper-uuid-generic && \
rm -R initrd_FILES/
# Now we change the LIVE-CDs default user name to meilix!
# If this one line file exists within the unpacked lzma, Casper will take
# the default username and hostname for the live CD from the first word
# in this file and then will write it to casper.conf. If your default login
# of your live cd is livecd just replace livecd by meilix. Below we change
# typical values for lzma images.
# If you want to set username other than hostname this file should
# be empty and you set username and hostname via casper.conf. (André R)
[ -f image/.disk/info ] && \
sed -i 's/Lubuntu/meilix/' image/.disk/info && \
sed -i 's/Xubuntu/meilix/' image/.disk/info && \
sed -i 's/Ubuntu/meilix/' image/.disk/info && \
sed -i 's/Kubuntu/meilix/' image/.disk/info
# Lines above follow KISS to make it easy to grasp for you. Refactor at will.
[ -f image/isolinux/txt.cfg ] && sed -i 's/Lubuntu/Meilix/' image/isolinux/txt.cfg
[ -f image/boot/grub/loopback.cfg ] && \
sed -i 's/Try Lubuntu/Try Meilix' image/boot/grub/loopback.cfg && \
sed -i 's/Install Lubuntu/Install Meilix' image/boot/grub/loopback.cfg
# What follows is a hackish patch for an older lzma image. It was updated
# in a wrong way to a more current version and should be dead code as it stands.
# We replace by "newversion" that could also be "release".
# Check the contents of affected files such as:
#ls image/isolinux/f1.txt
# and rectify the lines below (AR).
# The hack applied when you took a old kernel lzma image for a new version
# ISSUE in the tracker is 337
# All the best, André
# Fix old version and date info in .hlp files
#newversion=$(date -u +%y.%m) # Should be derived from releasename $4 FIXME
#for oldversion in 17.08
#do
# sed -i -e "s/${oldversion}/${newversion}/g" image/isolinux/*.hlp image/isolinux/f1.txt
#done
#newdate=$(date -u +%Y%m%d)
#for olddate in 20100113 20100928
#do
# sed -i -e "s/${olddate}/${newdate}/g" image/isolinux/*.hlp image/isolinux/f1.txt
#done
# Create filesystem manifests
sudo chroot chroot dpkg-query -W --showformat='${Package} ${Version}\n' | sudo dd of=image/casper/filesystem.manifest
sudo cp -v image/casper/filesystem.manifest image/casper/filesystem.manifest-desktop
# Remove packages from filesystem.manifest-desktop
# (language and extra for more hardware support)
REMOVE='gparted ubiquity ubiquity-frontend-gtk casper live-initramfs user-setup discover1
xresprobe libdebian-installer4 pptp-linux ndiswrapper-utils-1.9
ndisgtk linux-wlan-ng libatm1 setserial b43-fwcutter uterm
linux-headers-generic indicator-session indicator-application'
for i in $REMOVE
do
sudo sed -i "/${i}/d" image/casper/filesystem.manifest-desktop
done
# What we installed in our chroot file system.
# Now squash the live filesystem
echo "$0: Starting mksquashfs at $(date -u) ..."
sudo mksquashfs chroot image/casper/filesystem.squashfs -noappend -no-progress
echo "$0: Finished mksquashfs at $(date -u )"
# Generate md5sum.txt checksum file
cd image && sudo find . -type f -print0 |xargs -0 sudo md5sum |grep -v "\./md5sum.txt" >md5sum.txt
# Generate a small temporary ISO so we get an updated boot.cat
IMAGE_NAME=${IMAGE_NAME:-"Meilix ${release} $(date -u +%Y%m%d) - ${arch}"}
ISOFILE=meilix-${release}-$(date -u +%Y%m%d)-${arch}.iso
#sudo mkisofs -r -V "$IMAGE_NAME" -cache-inodes -J -l \
sudo genisoimage -r -V "$IMAGE_NAME" -cache-inodes -J -l \
-b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat \
-no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table \
--publisher "Meilix Packaging Team" \
--volset "Meilix Linux http://www.meilix.org" \
-p "${DEBFULLNAME:-$USER} <${DEBEMAIL:-on host $(hostname --fqdn)}>" \
-A "$IMAGE_NAME" \
-m filesystem.squashfs \
-o ../$ISOFILE.tmp .
# Mount the temporary ISO and copy boot.cat out of it
tempmount=/tmp/$0.tempmount.$$
mkdir $tempmount
loopdev=$(sudo losetup -f)
sudo losetup $loopdev ../$ISOFILE.tmp
sudo mount -r -t iso9660 $loopdev $tempmount
sudo cp -vp $tempmount/isolinux/boot.cat isolinux/
sudo umount $loopdev
sudo losetup -d $loopdev
rmdir $tempmount
# Generate md5sum.txt checksum file (now with new improved boot.cat)
sudo find . -type f -print0 |xargs -0 sudo md5sum |grep -v "\./md5sum.txt" >md5sum.txt
# Remove temporary ISO file
sudo rm ../$ISOFILE.tmp
# Create an Meilix ISO from the image directory tree
# sudo mkisofs -r -V "$IMAGE_NAME" -cache-inodes -J -l \
sudo genisoimage -r -V "$IMAGE_NAME" -cache-inodes -J -l \
-allow-limited-size -udf \
-b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat \
-no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table \
--publisher "Meilix Packaging Team" \
--volset "Meilix Linux" \
-p "${DEBFULLNAME:-$USER} <${DEBEMAIL:-on host $(hostname --fqdn)}>" \
-A "$IMAGE_NAME" \
-o ../$ISOFILE .
# Fix up ownership and permissions on newly created ISO file
# On Travis $USER is travis.
sudo chown $USER:$USER ../$ISOFILE
chmod 0444 ../$ISOFILE
# Create the associated md5sum file
cd ..
md5sum $ISOFILE >${ISOFILE}.md5
# see travis confguration for the deployment that follows in case of a Travis build.
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