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If you are not fixed to a distribution, have a look at the debian live project. It is a set of scripts which installs a debian (other distributions are possible too) in a chroot environment. The system will be compressed to a squashfs or similar filesystem and you get an .iso for your DVD after running some scripts. This DVD will look and feel like a ...


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If you have chroot there is no $CHROOT/boot, it will be just /boot. Assuming you have already mounted --bind /dev /proc /dev/pts and /sys then you only need to do a grub-install --force --no-floppy --boot-directory=/boot /dev/sdX and assuming your boot dir is /boot and /dev/sdX the device where you want the MBR part of grub to be installed. I'm not sure if ...


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I've sent a patch for version 4.x to the Debian Live developpers as a starting point to implement this.



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