epibase is part of Epipylon -- http://www.epipylon.com/
epibase contains basic scripts and boot configuration necessary for Epipylon's basic operation.
epibase contains the following components:
bin/epipylon-apt-update- Automatic package updating
bin/epipylon-config-raspbian- Add Raspbian as a package source
bin/epipylon-resize-fs- Resize the root filesystem to SD card size
boot/- Bootloader configuration
debian/- Scripts related to package installation
systemd/- Systemd configuration to script invocation
The first step in development is installing the Epipylon development image on your Raspberry Pi.
See http://www.epipylon.com/index.html#development for the development image.
After installation, log in to your Raspberry Pi and clone the epibase repository.
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org # password is 'epipylon' git clone https://github.com/matt-kimball/epibase.git cd epibase
After you've made changes, you can install them as follows:
sudo ./package.sh sudo dpkg -i epibase_0.1-XXXX.deb # where XXXX is the package timestamp
clean.sh script can be used to remove all built packages.
epibase is licensed under the GNU General Public License 2.0.