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Creating custom distributions based on openSUSE 10.3 and telephony with Asterisk

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November 9th, 2007 by

How do you create a custom distribution based on openSUSE 10.3 for your organization? Check out Kiwi—openSUSE’s complete operating system imaging solution. We also review telephony services on openSUSE and the Asterisk server.

Time: 42:16
MP3 Size: 10.6 MB

Segment Times

Kiwi : 1:40 – 16:53
Asterick : 18:54 – 29:25

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2007-11-19 05:08:40

[...] We released KIWI-LTSP 0.3.11 with reduced initrd image size  so that the diskless thin-clients(TC) with 128MB memory can now boot, we still need to massively reduce it to allow booting even 64MB TC. KIWI is rapidly developing and has improved quite a lot since last month, some of the improvements like diskless profile for the netboot image were specially added for KIWI-LTSP. To create a custom distribution based on openSUSE 10.3, including live USB/CD/DVD, check out Novell Open Audio featuring KIWI. [...]

 
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