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build_release.pl written by Kyle Isom <email@example.com> builds an OpenBSD install image. LICENSE Dual licensed public domain and ISC-licensed. INTRODUCTION build_release is designed to build a custom install image equivalent to the installXX.iso image offered by the OpenBSD team. It uses a siteXX.tgz set to provide the customization. USAGE: ./build_release.pl <options> <siteXX.tgz> <path to build image> Options: -a <arch> set architecture -r <rel> set release -s none do not add site tarball -m include man pages -g include gamesXX.tgz -x include X11 sets -c include compiler sets -m set the FTP mirror -o <path> iso output directory -n do not fetch files -v vanilla build (no siteXX.tgz) ARCHITECTURE At this time, the script only supports building images for amd64 and i386. In the future, the sparc64 architecture may be supported. If the script is not run on an OpenBSD machine, the architecture needs to be manually specified. If the build machine is OpenBSD, not specifying an architecture results in the script using the same architecture as the host machine. Note that amd64 builds may be done on an i386 machine, as no cross-compiling takes place. RELEASE Release is expected to be in the form X.X, i.e. 4.8. SITE FILES The site file may be specified as an argument or built from a root path. For a description of the site set, see the OpenBSD FAQ section 4.14. If the -s flag is specified, it needs to point to a root directory where the site files are. For example: $ ls /tmp/stage/ . .. etc If -s is not specified, the first argument must be the siteXX.tgz file.