I created a bootable usb from the .iso file with etcher.
When I boot to the iso I get the following error:
Warning: /lib/modules/5.4.176-1-MANJARO/modules.devname not fount - ignoring
Starting version 250.3-2-manjaro
ERROR: ‘/dev/disk/by-label/MANJARO_KDEM_2123’ device did not show up after 20 seconds
Falling back to interactive prompt
You can try to fix the problem manually, log out when you are finished
sh: can’t access tty; job control turned off
I did not change any settings in the iso-profiles .
Ok I used that command and added the kernel . I used 516 because that is what I have.
I am typing this from the usb. So that worked.
I got the default settings for Manjaro.
I will read the guide to do the customization’s I want like the packages I have added and all my desktop settings and tweaks I have made so I get a exact snapshot of my installed system.
Then create skel folder. This is where you can clone everything you see on your Desktop Screen to ISO.
After the ISO has been successfully installed all files and folder in desktop-overlay folder get copied over to the installed system. This includes settings/config files but also themes and backgrounds/pictures.
All files and folder in here will get copied to the home folder. Most hidden files and their structure in ~/iso-profiles/manjaro/xfce/desktop-overlay/etc/skel/ should be already familiar to you, because your home folder looks very similar.
So do I copy my home folder here along with all the .files to get my desktop settings?
Do I add packages that I have installed to the “packages-desktop” file?
I am making progress here to get a perfect iso snapshot of my system.
Is it possible that if I make changes to the system while using the usb iso that they can be saved to the usb for the next boot of the usb drive.
Like a persistent version or what they call a frugal install.
I am also trying to add an AUR package to my iso. I am having this issue.
I don’t know what I am doing wrong.
[demo@manjaro libglade]$ ls
glade.install libglade-2.0.1-nowarning.patch PKGBUILD
[demo@manjaro libglade]$ cd ..
[demo@manjaro pkgbuild]$ ls
[demo@manjaro pkgbuild]$ buildpkg -p libglade
bash: buildpkg: command not found
From that article this is the part that I am failing at:
Next thing to do is build the package. Please note that you must be located one level above your actual PKGBUILD. Understand this as the -p argument is the name of the folder holding the PKGBUILD instructionset.
This step I cannot do.
I don’t have a host server. I only have my laptop that I am using.
Is there some other way to do this?
Now you need to upload online-repo to your Host Server. Upload everything from online-repo to your Host Server. Your web address as to match the name of the directory folder you created. This is what your web address should look like after upload online-repo to your Host Server.