I have tried several times over the last few weeks to create a LiveCD from my current installation of PCLinuxOS. I am using the remasterme script that I have been using since I started with PCLOS a few years ago. It includes this command for mylivecd: mylivecd --splash silent --md5sum --fstab=rw,noauto --ufs aufs --nodir=^/home/mwl/ pclinuxos-2010.iso.
The creation of the iso does not produce any errors and creates a file of approximately 1.7Gb. I use K3b to burn to a DVD at the slowest speed available (about 3x). No errors are produced during the burn.
I ran a MediaCheck on the most recent attempt and the check itself passes. However, after hitting OK to close, a message pops up: "Kernel panic - not syncing: no init found try passing init=option to kernel". I have run MediaCheck on a couple of past attempts, but do not recall that message coming up.
If I attempt to run the LiveCD, it gets as far as the PCLOS splash screen and my machine freezes.
I did a search but could not find anything that matched my problem. I did find a close match that mentioned upgrading mylivecd. I did that with no affect.
I read the posting outlining the steps to a create a LiveCD and followed all the steps from the bleachbit commands, the umount, but using the remasterme script in place of the mylivecd command noted. I double-checked to make sure draklive-install was present, and upgraded that, just in case. None of this had any affect.
Can someone give me an idea of what is going wrong? I have used the remasterme script for several years with no problems until now.