SolydXK Constructor was created for maintaining the current SolydXK ISO's, and is provided as-is: support is not provided.
Make sure you're sources.list looks like this:
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deb https://repository.solydxk.com solydxk-10 main upstream import deb http://deb.debian.org/debian buster main contrib non-free deb http://security.debian.org buster/updates main contrib non-free deb http://deb.debian.org/debian buster-updates main contrib non-free
Upgrade your system, and install solydxk-constructor:
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sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt install solydxk-constructor
SolydXK Constructor comes with a small help file to get you started. Below you find a description of minimal steps to start building your customized SolydXK ISO.
SolydXK Constructor helps building your custom SolydXK ISO, and was solely created for maintaining the current SolydXK ISO's, but it might benefit those who want to build their custom SolydXK ISO.
You can download SolydXK's nightly builds here: http://downloads.solydxk.nl/nightly
Before you start, take a good look at the Help page.
Example build: SolydK
- Add the ISO with the constructor (see the Help file on how to do that).
- Edit root/etc/apt/sources.list if needed
- Hit "Upgrade"
- Hit "Edit in terminal" and install any package you need.
- Edit boot/isolinux/splash.png if you don't have a Grub theme installed.
If you are building with a SolydXK-10 or higher host, it will have a Grub theme.
- Hit "Build"
As said above: the SolydXK Constructor was built to maintain the SolydXK ISOs. However, theoretically it should also work with a Debian Live ISO: http://www.debian.org/CD/live
If you use Debian, you'll need the "isolinux" directory (and its contents) to replace the "isolinux" directory in the Debian unpack directory.
After that you'll need to configure the distribution from scratch.