OmniBoot v1.5

Using openSUSE live linux to build OmniBoot

1. openSUSE's graphical bootscreen allows you to chose language and screen resolution by [F]-keys. You still should press [TAB] at the bootscreen and enter: ramdisk_size=1500000because otherwise you may lack the space for the setup of additional software not provided in the life-CD.

2. Open the filemanager.
3. Click on the left on partition "OmniWork" and navigate on right pane down to OmniBootv1.5/filesystem/boot/make/omniboot
4. If you like to set another default language as US English please edit the file om.cfg (context menu/Leafpad) as described in Customize/Language. If you wish to reduce the size of OmniBoot please check Modules/About to see how to easily remove modules.
5. From the context menu open a shell at current folder
6. Enter (boot prompt shown for illustration)linux@linux:/var/run/media/linux/OmniWork/OmniBootv1.5/filesystem/boot/make/omniboot$ su root 7. Enter (boot prompt shown for illustration)linux:/var/run/media/linux/OmniWork/OmniBootv1.5/filesystem/boot/make/omniboot$ bash ./om ch
8. Software setup: First the om-script will download cloop, cabextract and pixz. Sometimes apper and PackageKit may block automatic software installations. Please wait and try again or deactivate PackageKit in control panel.

From here there are no differences to Knoppix, please proceed from there!