Commit 3862a7af5f94c3aed300333823aaa55c49ec6e8c

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platforms/livegames-root/Makefile
1   -$(MAKEDIST_TARGET)-livegames-kde3: kdebase kmix \
2   - kppp krfb ksirc ark kcalc kdf kfloppy kgpg klaptop ksnapshot desktop-base-openmamba \
3   - kpdf kontact kmail akregator kitchensync knetworkconf kopete kdebluetooth smb4k knemo \
4   - kruler kuickshow kview kcolorchooser amarok
5   -
6   -$(MAKEDIST_TARGET)-livegames-kde4: kppp4 krfb4 ksirk ark4 kcalc4 kdf4 kfloppy4 kgpg4 desktop-base-kde4 \
7   - ksnapshot okular kontact4 kmail4 akregator4 desktop-base-kde4 kmix4 \
8   - kopete4 kdebluetooth4 smb4k kate \
9   - kruler4 gwenview4 kamera kcolorchooser4 lisa4 kwalletmanager4 libqt4-sqlite
10   -
11   -$(MAKEDIST_TARGET)-livegames-root: \
12   - postplug-xorg postplug-sound \
13   - $(MAKEDIST_TARGET)-commontools msysklogd xorg-server \
14   - xorg-fonts-100dpi xorg-fonts-Type1 xorg-fonts-TTF \
15   - xorg-drv-input-synaptics \
16   - ttf-freefont liberation-fonts-ttf \
17   - gparted gag ntfs-3g samba-server \
18   - chromium compiz compiz-fusion-plugins-main \
19   - compiz-fusion-plugins-extra compizconfig-settings-manager \
20   - macbook-tools livecd-tools \
21   - kdebluetooth Mesa-tools driconf \
22   - gnome-device-manager desktop-base-openmamba \
23   - extremetuxracer ksudoku4 okular cpufreqd mambatray \
24   - pingus gnuchess powermanga FlightGear frozen-bubble \
25   - kdegames monkey-bubble pathological neverball \
26   - tuxkart gtans ksirk moagg knights \
27   - torcs xmame openarena ndisgtk smart-gui \
28   - enemy-territory-client enemy-territory-etpro \
29   - enemy-territory-server enemy-territory-server-etpro \
30   - scorched3d gngeo supertux freeciv xmoto \
31   - warzone2100 bzflag tremulous gcompris \
32   - $(MAKEDIST_TARGET)-livegames-kde4
33   -
34   -# Localization targets
35   -$(MAKEDIST_TARGET)-livegames-root-en: \
36   - kde-l10n-en_GB
37   -$(MAKEDIST_TARGET)-livegames-root-it: \
38   - kde-l10n-it
39   -$(MAKEDIST_TARGET)-livegames-root-es: \
40   - kde-l10n-es
41   -# FIXME: add kdepim
platforms/livegames-root/post.inc.sh
1   -## don't activate some services
2   -#rm -f $MOUNTDIR/etc/rcsysinit.d/{S35hdparm,S30loadmodules,S40swap}
3   -#rm -f $MOUNTDIR/etc/rc*.d/{S12random,S13sysinit,S20network,S44acpid,S55sshd}
4   -#rm -f $MOUNTDIR/etc/rc*.d/{K00splash,K01acpid,K90random,K96swap,K97network,K97udev,K98localnet}
5   -
6   -# change inittab so it opens tty root shells instead of asking for login
7   -#
8   -echo "Forcing \`inittab' to open tty root shells with no login..."
9   -sed -i 's,^\([1-3]\):.*,\1:2345:respawn:/sbin/mingetty --autologin root --loginprog /sbin/login.live --noclear tty\1,' $MOUNTDIR/etc/inittab
10   -sed -i '/^[4-6]:.*/d' $MOUNTDIR/etc/inittab
11   -
12   -# configure for runlevel 5 boot
13   -sed -i "s|id:3\(:initdefault.*\)|id:5\1|" $MOUNTDIR/etc/inittab
14   -
15   -# configure KDM for autologin
16   -#
17   -if [ -e $MOUNTDIR/opt/kde/share/config/kdm/kdmrc ]; then
18   - sed -i 's|[#]*AutoLoginEnable=.*|AutoLoginEnable=true|' \
19   - $MOUNTDIR/opt/kde/share/config/kdm/kdmrc
20   - sed -i 's|[#]*AutoReLogin=.*|AutoReLogin=true|' \
21   - $MOUNTDIR/opt/kde/share/config/kdm/kdmrc
22   - sed -i 's|[#]*AutoLoginUser=.*|AutoLoginUser=liveuser|' \
23   - $MOUNTDIR/opt/kde/share/config/kdm/kdmrc
24   -fi
25   -
26   -# FIXME: ensure alternatives are correclty set
27   -chroot $MOUNTDIR update-alternatives-set-dri
28   -
29   -# don't stop msysklogd before halt/shutdown
30   -#
31   -rm -f $MOUNTDIR/etc/rc0.d/K93msysklogd
32   -rm -f $MOUNTDIR/etc/rc6.d/K93msysklogd
33   -
34   -# set timezone according to LANGUAGE (default is UTC)
35   -#
36   -case $LANGUAGE in
37   - it) timezone=Europe/Rome ;;
38   - es) timezone=Europe/Madrid ;;
39   - *) timezone=UTC ;;
40   -esac
41   -echo $timezone > $MOUNTDIR/etc/timezone
42   -cp $MOUNTDIR/usr/share/zoneinfo/$timezone $MOUNTDIR/etc/localtime
43   -
44   -# enable CDROM autoeject on shutdown/reboot
45   -#
46   -sed -i -e '/^halt .*/i \
47   -/sbin/eject_cd.sh 2>&1 >/dev/null' $MOUNTDIR/etc/init.d/halt
48   -
49   -sed -i -e '/^reboot .*/i \
50   -/sbin/eject_cd.sh 2>&1 >/dev/null' $MOUNTDIR/etc/init.d/reboot
51   -
52   -# configure favorites in kde menu
53   -for f in /usr/share/applications/chromium-devel.desktop; do
54   - chroot $MOUNTDIR /opt/kde/bin/kickoffcfg --add-favorite $f
55   -done
56   -
57   -# prebuild postplug sound CARDID_DB (with some ugly trick to make it work from chroot)
58   -[ -e $MOUNTDIR/lib/modules/`uname -r` ] || ln -s ${KERNEL_MAJVER}${KERNEL_EXTRAVER} $MOUNTDIR/lib/modules/`uname -r`
59   -echo "SOUND_BUILD_CARDID_DB_ONLY=1 /etc/postplug/postplug.d/sound" >> $MOUNTDIR/tmp/sounddb.sh
60   -chroot $MOUNTDIR sh /tmp/sounddb.sh
61   -rm -f $MOUNTDIR/tmp/sounddb.sh
62   -[ -L $MOUNTDIR/lib/modules/`uname -r` ] && rm $MOUNTDIR/lib/modules/`uname -r`
63   -
64   -# remove unused initramfs generated by kernel
65   -rm -f $MOUNTDIR/boot/initramfs-${KERNEL_MAJVER}${KERNEL_EXTRAVER}.img*
66   -
67   -# disable compiz for games
68   -sed -i "/windowManager=compiz-custom/d" $MOUNTDIR/opt/kde/share/config/ksmserverrc
69   -
70   -prelink
platforms/livegames-root/root/openmamba-livegames/CHANGES
1   -openmamba artstudio livecd changelog
2   -====================================
3   -
4   -20070922
5   - * new makedist target
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platforms/livegames-root/root/openmamba-livegames/INSTALL
1   -openmamba livecd - hard disk installation instructions
2   -======================================================
3   -To install on hard disk use the openmamba installer.
4   -Boot from livecd and wait for the desktop to come out, then click
5   -on the "openmamba installer" icon to launch the installation wizard and
6   -follow the instructions.
platforms/livegames-root/root/openmamba-livegames/README
1   -openmamba artstudio livecd
2   -==========================
3   -
4   -This artstudio livecd is at early development stage.
platforms/livegames-root/settings.inc
1   -MEDIA=squash_xz
2   -MULTITHREAD=1
3   -
4   -PRODUCT_NAME=livegames
5   -
6   -KERNEL_EXTRAVER=mamba
7   -KERNEL_PLATFORM=""
8   -#KERNEL_ADDITIONAL="extramodules"
9   -
10   -TARGET_HOSTNAME=openmamba-livegames
11   -ROOTDEV=
12   -ROOTFS=