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Started by dhinds, November 22, 2016, 06:14:29 PM
Quote from: pavroo on November 22, 2016, 08:43:58 PMRemastersys is not under development a few years already.Somebody took it over, was developing it for a while, moved it from Yad to Python (?) based gui, and now is known as Linux Respin.Don't know what is a present status now.Anyway, I took over the original Remastersys in 2013 and forked it to 'sparky-backup-sys'.It can be used in text mode, only 'sparky-backup-core' package requires, or with gui via the 'sparky-backup-sys'.
QuoteThe compressed file system is larger than the iso 9660 specification allows for a single file. Try to reduce the amount of data you are backing up and try again.
sudo apt-get autoremovesudo apt-get clean
Quote from: pavroo on December 05, 2016, 01:56:06 AMAs the first think, try to clean up the apt cache:Code Select Expandsudo apt-get autoremovesudo apt-get cleanand try to build the iso again.
Quote from: pavroo on December 05, 2016, 01:56:06 AMThe point is that the compressed squash file system in the working dir can not be bigger than 3,99 GB to make an iso after.If is still to large, try to uninstall something big in size.Otherwise, make sure you have 'xz-utils' package installed and your backup config file:Code Select Expand/etc/sparkybackup/sparkybackup.confhas the 'xz' compression enabled to compress more data (takes a little longer) then using standard 'gz' compression.
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