Debian Live Prebuilt Images =========================== Debian Live is about building custom Live system images for Debian in an automagic fashion. That is what live-build[0] is about. Nevertheless, we offer some prebuilt images as well. Currently, the following flavours are autobuilt here (.iso for CD/DVD images, .img for USB stick images and .tar.gz for netboot tarballs): * debian-live-${DIST}-${ARCH}-standard only packages of priority standard or higher and a few live specific packages (eject, file and sudo), created with the following live-build commands: lb config && lb build * debian-live-${DIST}-${ARCH}-rescue the standard system and rescue related packages, created with the following live-build commands: lb config -p rescue && lb build * debian-live-${DIST}-${ARCH}-gnome-desktop the standard system, laptop related packages (laptop task) and the GNOME[1] desktop environment (desktop and gnome-desktop tasks), created with the following live-build commands: lb config -p gnome-desktop && lb build * debian-live-${DIST}-${ARCH}-kde-desktop the standard system, laptop related packages (laptop task) and the KDE[2] desktop environment (desktop and kde-desktop tasks), created with the following live-build commands: lb config -p kde-desktop && lb build * debian-live-${DIST}-${ARCH}-lxde-desktop the standard system, laptop related packages (laptop task) and the LXDE[3] desktop environment (desktop and lxde-desktop tasks), created with the following live-build commands: lb config -p lxde-desktop && lb build * debian-live-${DIST}-${ARCH}-xfce-desktop the standard system, laptop related packages (laptop task) and the Xfce[4] desktop environment (desktop and xfce-desktop tasks), created with the following live-build commands: lb config -p xfce-desktop && lb build Note: Currently, we build images for squeeze (aka "stable"), wheezy (aka "testing"), and sid (aka "unstable"). Due to the nature of unreleased Debian versions, it is possible that no or not all images could be built because of uninstallable packages. Please be patient then and wait for the next builds, use the previous, or do it on your own by using live-build. [0] http://packages.debian.org/live-build [1] http://www.gnome.org/ [2] http://www.kde.org/ [3] http://www.lxde.org/ [4] http://www.xfce.org/ -- Daniel Baumann Mon, 5 Feb 2007 17:01:00 +0100