I want to ask how to create an ISO, my OS is made with LFS 11.0 System V and I install it in Qemu. My Host OS is CAELinux.
The main concern is:
Is it possible to move the LFS OS installed in Qemu to replace my Host OS? or should I just do LFS from zero toward my Host OS?
Here are my conditions:
- I do not use package manager
- PinguinEggs package can't be used to create ISO for my OS.
- I use Rsync to copy all files and symlinks from my LFS OS, but the problem is I do not know whether to delete all files in my CAELinux then Rsync all files from my LFS OS replacing the deleted CAELinux system files
- I have 2 SSD, one is for CAELinux, the other is still 95% free and already used to store the LFS OS I created through Rsync , do you think it is better to create dual boot? CAELinux + my LFS OS? Or just replace the CAELinux with my LFS OS?
Tell me if there is another better solution for this. I want to test my OS in the real hardware. The reason I want to create ISO is because I can install it in another PC/laptop.
- The mounting Qcow' partition containing the main partition of my LFS OS (/usr /var /opt ..) The problem is there are more partitions from creating OS (nbd0p1 nbd0p2 nbd0p3 ..) How to create ISO or install this LFS OS to any hardware/laptop? Not just my current laptop because in the future hardware replacement / upgrading is inevitable.