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#1 2014-10-01 23:59:16

Mr Green
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@xkaspain

Not sure if you will see this post but I cannot reply to your message as your email address does not work.

Mr Green


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#2 2014-10-06 01:07:37

xkaspian
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Re: @xkaspain

Hi Mr Green,

Here I am and I would like see  Gparted  in your ISO if it's possible.

Would be handy as Live USB stick.

Thx

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#3 2014-10-06 11:14:12

Mr Green
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Re: @xkaspain

We did not include gaprted for two reasons first was it drags in another gui toolkit and second permission problems as it needs to be run under sudo/root. Your best bet is too build iso and simply add gparted to package list.


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#4 2014-10-07 00:26:14

xkaspian
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Re: @xkaspain

Thx Mr Green

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#5 2014-10-07 01:57:06

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Re: @xkaspain

Another option for a more flexible approach would be to install to a usb device then add what ever you need to it. Then you would have a complete system that could be fully updated. A real drawback with a live iso or poor mans install.


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#6 2014-10-07 04:57:56

xkaspian
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Re: @xkaspain

That's the easy solution.

I'm an Archbang fan and I really like it very much and so came also the idea to have it portable on an USB Stick.


Thx a lot Mr Green.

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