[Solved] PKE modifications on 003-settings.xzm/.../pixmaps/

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[Solved] PKE modifications on 003-settings.xzm/.../pixmaps/

Post#1 by Debadr » 07 May 2015, 07:06

Hi guys !

First thanks to the PKE team that made a fanstastic work, good job guys ! :good:

After using the PKE with some modifications on the configuration file, now i want to really do my own customization.

I want to change the access denied image which i've done with :

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unsquashfs 003-settings.xzm
And then changing the png file :

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003-settings.xzm/usr/share/pixmaps/blocked-content.png
This is Ok. now i have a problem with the iso build :
i runned the command :

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mksquashfs squashfs-root/ /home/badr/003-settings.xzm -comp xz -b 256K -Xbcj x86 -noappend
And then i copied the file 003-settings.xzm to the folder xzm.

After that i wanted to re-build the iso with the

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 ./make_iso.sh  
but i get this message
Something went wrong - could not create the ISO. Please use 'mkisofs' utility from latest 'cdrtools' package and not 'cdr-kit'.
.

I found then that my Debian does not support mkisofs and i need to install xorriso which i've done. Then i modified the line of the make_iso.sh to :

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 xorrisofs -as mkisofs -o ../Porteus-Kiosk.iso -l -J -joliet-long -R -D -A "Porteus-Kiosk" \


but same problem... could someone help on this pls
Last edited by Debadr on 07 May 2015, 11:29, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: PKE modifications on 003-settings.xzm/.../pixmaps/

Post#2 by fanthom » 07 May 2015, 07:22

hello Debadr,

all the answers are here:
http://porteus-kiosk.org/documentation.html
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Re: PKE modifications on 003-settings.xzm/.../pixmaps/

Post#3 by Debadr » 07 May 2015, 09:30

fanthom wrote:hello Debadr,

all the answers are here:
http://porteus-kiosk.org/documentation.html
Hi Fanthom, i've tried with the manual, but i c'ant re-build the iso and i edited the topic so you can understand what is the problem.

Thanks four your help !
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Re: PKE modifications on 003-settings.xzm/.../pixmaps/

Post#4 by fanthom » 07 May 2015, 09:50

Debian uses old software ...

please copy 003/usr/local/bin/mkisofs to your /usr/local/bin and use original script from the kiosk ISO.
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Re: PKE modifications on 003-settings.xzm/.../pixmaps/

Post#5 by Debadr » 07 May 2015, 11:28

fanthom wrote:Debian uses old software ...

please copy 003/usr/local/bin/mkisofs to your /usr/local/bin and use original script from the kiosk ISO.
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