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# # README file for the lunar-iso generation code. # -- Goal Most of this code was written to automate the generation of homogeneous ISO images based on a fixed set of tools. The code should be as self- sufficient as possible and generate as much of the binaries as possible so porting to other platforms will be easy. Please keep this in mind if you change the scripts and want to include binaries. This should be kept to a minimum. Note that this code doesn't do cross builds and it requires a Lunar host. The ISO has been optimized to minimize the number of alien files. These should always be as much as possible be provided by modules. The exception are stored in template, and include several files which need to be filled with something valid before you can start. Please take care of these files and try your utter best to make sure you don't add files in the template that really (really (really)) do not need to be in there. -- Start The Makefile should be able to do most of the ISO building automatically, but there are a few steps that need to be taken: o Copy conf/config.in to conf/config o Configure the base parameters of the ISO in conf/config The code tries to pollute the host system as little as it can. It will however create a build cache for the bootstrap modules if it doesn't exist already. Also it will download all the sources of core modules. Last it will install cdrtools if mkisofs isn't found. The build cache will be copied to cache/ and the sources of the core modules will be copied to spool/. The cache is used to bootstrap the ISO building. As first stage a few modules are build. These modules are then copied to cache/. For the second stage this cache is used to build all the core modules. -- Building it Run make to build the ISO. The default target will build the completely ISO. Here's a brief explanation of the different make targets: target create BUILD/ directory boostrap-lunar use Lunar host to get the main modules into BUILD/ boostrap-base populate BUILD/ directory with generic files boostrap populate BUILD/ directory download-moonbase download the moonbase, can be used for updating moonbase-git create moonbase package from local git install-moonbase extract the moonbase to BUILD/ download-lunar use Lunar host to download all sources download download all sources stage1-spool copy spool/ to BUILD/ stage1-moonbase fix the moonbase cache files stage1-toolchain build gcc, glibc and binutils stage1-build build the main modules stage1-cache copy stage1 to cache/ stage1 build stage1 and copy to cache/ stage2-target create a clean BUILD/ stage2-base populate BUILD/ directory with generic files stage2-modules populate BUILD/ with stage1 modules stage2-spool copy spool/ to BUILD/ stage2-extract-moonbase extract the moonbase to BUILD/ stage2-moonbase fix the moonbase cache files stage2-toolchain build stage2 gcc, glibc and binutils stage2-build build stage2 core modules stage2 build stage2 from stage1 pack-base create aaa_base.tar.bz2 pack create packages of alien files linux build linux kernel kernel create kernel for the ISO and installation lunar-installer copy the installer to BUILD/ installer install the insatller on the ISO iso-target clean stage2 markers iso-modules remove modules not needed on the ISO iso-tools check for mkisofs iso-files create config files for the ISO iso-strip strip all executables iso-isolinux copy isolinux files to BUILD/ iso create the ISO from stage2 clean wipes it all away The Makefile itself contains no configurable items. Copy the template config in the conf/ directory to conf/config and adjust the values as needed for your needs. --- Using git moonbase The moonbase.tar.bz2 can be generated from a in-tree git clone. This clone is located at moonbase-git/core. make moonbase-git will create this clone if it doesn't exist, otherwise it will only update the moonbase.tar.bz2 in spool/. To use the git moonbase run make moonbase-git first to create the clone. Next make you modification by any means. Make sure to commit all modifications to the active branch. Only committed changes will be in moonbase.tar.bz2. When done making modifications run make moonbase-git to update the moonbase.tar.bz2 in spool/. This will make the ISO build start from the beginning when running make iso. To stop using the git moonbase run make download-moonbase. This will overwrite the custom moonbase.tar.bz2 in spool/ with the current moonbase.tar.bz2 from Lunar-Linux. --- Tips and tricks o Removing BUILD/ will make start from the last finished stage redoing the next stages: bootstrap, stage1, stage2 o Some build steps are not file based. These steps use markers. Most of them are placed in BUILD/ some are in spool/ and cache/. Removing such a marker can be used to redo that build step.