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Version: 2010-09-27 (fedora - 01/12/10)

Section: 8 (Commandes administrateur)


livecd-creator - creates live CD or DVD images.


livecd-creator [OPTIONS]


livecd-creator creates live CD or DVD images(ISO images) from kickstart files. Kickstart files contain information about packages and configuration settings which are used to build the image.


-h, --help
Shows the help message and exits.


These options define the created image.
-c KSCFG, --config=KSCFG
Path to kickstart configuration file.
-b BASE_ON, --base-on=BASE_ON
Add packages to an existing live CD iso9660 image.
-f FS_LABEL, --fslabel=FS_LABEL
Defines the file system label. The default is based on the configuration name.
Specify a compressor recognized by mksquashfs. The default is gzip. lzma currently requires a custom kernel to produce a functional image. lzo works with 2.6.36+ kernels, but will generally take up more space than using gzip. If gzip is used, the -comp option is not passed to mksquashfs to allow the use of older versions of mksquashfs.


These options define directories used on your system for creating the live image.
-t TMPDIR, --tmpdir=TMPDIR
defines the temporary directory to use. The default directory is /var/tmp.
Defines the cache directory to use (default: private cache).


Barebones LiveCD

livecd-creator \ --config=/usr/share/livecd-tools/livecd-fedora-minimal.ks

Fedora Desktop Live CD

livecd-creator \ --config=/usr/share/livecd-tools/livecd-fedora-desktop.ks \ --fslabel=Fedora9-LiveCD-foo


David Zeuthen, Jeremy Katz, Douglas McClendon and a team of many other contributors. See the AUTHORS file in the source distribution for the complete list of credits.


Report bugs to the mailing list "" or directly to Bugzilla "" against the "Fedora" product, and the "livecd-tools" component. Copyright (C) Fedora Project 2008,2009, and various contributors. This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the GNU General Public License "". There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.


"livecd-iso-to-disk(1)", project website ""
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