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TurnKey GNU/Linux Customization Mechanism ===================================== The Customization Mechanism's objective is to provide a dead-simple way in which an existing appliance can be extended/tweaked by a given end-user/developer. Full documentation: http://www.turnkeylinux.org/docs/tklpatch Example tweaks -------------- - Tweaking a configuration file - Adding data files - Adding a package - Creating a brand new appliance leveraging a generic appliance such as Core, LAMP, Rails, etc. Design goals ------------ - Well designed mechanism (simple, generic and powerful) - Very simple technically to reduce barriers to entry - Encourage developers to publish their patches easily - Incorporate good developments upstream to TurnKey appliances - Establish opensource ecosystem of patches - Satisfy long tail of special needs Example usage ------------- Patching an appliance with a published patch tklpatch image.iso patch.tar.gz The patched image will be called image-patched.iso Implementation/Development -------------------------- tklpatch has a modular implementation to simplify development and improve the development cycle. Syntax: tklpatch image.iso patch-dir|patch.tar.gz tklpatch-extract-iso isofile tklpatch-apply rootfs-dir patch-dir|patch.tar.gz tklpatch-apply-debs rootfs-dir debs-dir tklpatch-apply-overlay rootfs-dir overlay-dir tklpatch-apply-conf rootfs-dir conf tklpatch-prepare-cdroot cdroot-dir rootfs-dir tklpatch-geniso cdroot-dir [newimage.iso] tklpatch-bundle patch-dir tklpatch-chroot root-dir [ command ... ] Patches ------- A tklpatch structure can include some, or all of the following: patch/ debs/ # debian packages in this directory will be installed overlay/ # overlay applied to root filesystem conf # configuration script to execute in chroot (rootfs) Additionally, patch/ can contain a patches/ folder, which may contain nested patches (unpacked or bundled as a gzipped tarball). Nested patches will be installed in alpha-numeric ordering *prior* to the patch that contains them (enabling patch patching). patch1/ patches/ patch2/ patch3.tar.gz patch4.tar.gz patches/ patch5/ Nested patches facilitate modular design as changes don't need to be bundled together, which makes sharing much more useful and powerful.