How to build a Live distro?
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Linux Live Kit is the most innovative toolkit available. AuFS provides better stability compared to old unionfs, squashfs with XZ support provides great compression ratio and amazing decompression speed. What's new compared to old Linux Live scripts (last released in 2011)?
- aufs or overlayfs is used instead of unionfs, brings great stability and features
- squashfs supports XZ compression including BCJ filters for incredible compression
- CD tree is simplified, you may call your distro as you like, eg. slax, knoppix, etc.
- support for booting from USB device as well as CD/DVD discs
- persistent changes storage DynFileFS provides dynamic-size filesystem
- support for writing persistent changes even to VFAT or NTFS
- support for loading your LiveKit data from different directory or even from an iso file
- an install script to make your device boot in Linux and Windows