Just started a remaster today and noticed the following output
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/sda6 21G 7.6G 12G 40% /
/dev/sda7 31G 16G 16G 50% /home
tmpfs 6.0G 2.2M 6.0G 1% /dev/shm
You try to remaster 22 Gigabyte install
You need at least 7 Gigabyte freespace
The free space avaialable for remaster 11 Gigabyte
mylivecd, version 0.9.3, http://pclinuxos.com/
This it seems is because the calculations are performed on the mounted partitions, and not on what I was actually including in the remaster.
For instance, I excluded entirely the contents of the /home partition.
I also excluded the contents of tmpfs.
So the total being remastered was less than 7.6GBs .... the root partition used size, less the normal omissions of the script, and not 22GBs as reported in the terminal.
The final ISO was 2.3GB in size.
Lastly, as the script finished thie error message appeared
Created 'pclinuxos-2010.iso' (2496,323,584 bytes) in 01:07:46
/usr/bin/remasterme: line 26: xos-2010.iso: command not found
The above did not of course affect the creation of the ISO, but I did cancel the first attempt because I thought I had made an error in the command.