elbe-mkcdrom - Create an ISO image containing binary and/or source packages used in the given project.
elbe mkcdrom \ [ --arch <arch> ] \ [ --binary ] \ [ --buildtype <type> ] \ [ --codename <codename> ] \ [ --log <logfile> ] \ [ --skip-validation ] \ [ --source ] \ [ --rfs-only ] \ <builddir>
elbe mkcdrom creates an ISO image containing the binary and/or source packages used in the given project. This command has to be run as root inside the Elbe build VM.
|--arch <arch>||Override the architecture.|
|--binary||Build an ISO file for a binary CD-ROM. It will contain all installed packages, including those pulled in by debootstrap (except if –rfs-only is used, see down below) and those installed from additional sources. It can also be used as an installation source, see elbe-setcdrom1.|
|Override the build type specified in the XML file.|
|Override the Debian code name.|
|Write a log file.|
|Do not validate the source.xml file in <builddir> against the XML schema (Not recommended).|
|--source||Build an ISO image for a source CD-ROM.|
|--rfs-only||<builddir> is not a build directory, but the path to a root filesystem. In that case, the packages pulled in only by debootstrap will not be included in the ISO image for binary CD-ROM.|
- The path to the Elbe build directory to create the ISO image for. It is also possible to specify the path to the root filesystem instead of the build directory. In that case the –rfs-only option has to be given.
Build a binary CD-ROM image for the project in foo/myproject
# elbe mkcdrom --binary foo/myproject
Build a source CD-ROM image for the project in foo/myproject
# elbe mkcdrom --source foo/myproject
Part of the elbe1 suite