I just did a minime 2009 install, full update, kernel upgrade to 2.6.27 and a upgrade to KDE4.
After running a remasterme, I cannot find the *.iso file. I ran remasterme twice and the second one showed 500 MB larger than the previous run. So, I know it is in there somewhere but a file search with Dolphin shows nothing. I used the same file name as the remasterme output for the search and started from / including subfolders and hidden files. No results.
Here is the output from the second remasterme run:
root@localhost rick]# remasterme
This script tries to remaster your current install.
The iso will be created as pclinuxos-2010.iso
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda1 7.4G 2.3G 4.8G 32% /
/dev/hda6 6.0G 172M 5.8G 3% /home
You try to remaster 2 Gigabyte install
You need at least 0 Gigabyte freespace
The free space avaialable for remaster 4 Gigabyte
mklivecd, version 0.7.2, http://livecd.berlios.de/
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Creating initrd: [100.00% 00:00:50/00:00:50]
Setting filesystem parameters: [100.00% 00:00:22/00:00:22]
Creating compressed image: [100.00% 00:57:34/00:57:34]
Creating isolinux boot: [100.00% 00:00:00/00:00:00]
Creating final iso: [100.00% 00:01:41/00:01:41]
Embedding MD5 checksum: [100.00% 00:00:20/00:00:20]
Created 'pclinuxos-2010.iso' (1089,896,448 bytes) in 01:00:49
Can anyone tell me where the iso sits?
Thanks folks, I found it.
Odd that file search will show anything from the system except what is in /root. But, that's the way it is.