David C Jenner - K7DCJ via Groups.Io <email@example.com> writes:
Basil,Not sure why you would want to do this as the provided image has already
done the heavy lifting of the install but if you really want to, look at
this file for instructions:
Building an image will take a few hours to a half a day depending on how many
problems you run into. Then a few days of testing to confirm it works
the way you think it does.
I suspect there is no file n7nix/config/image_install.sh installedCorrect. Read CORE_INSTALL.md link above.
Your instructions in the Wiki under "Make your own Raspberry Pi image"Correct. I really do not want to support making your own image.
In an earlier post I saw instructions that may be what I am lookingThe CORE_INSTALL.md contains (most of) the instructions I use to build
an image. It is not as straight forward as you think. ie. gpsd in the
Raspbian repository has problems so I build the latest from source. Also
in order to build FLdigi you must increase swap space. There are
probably another half dozen or so things that you need to take care
of. This is why there is a provided image.
Having said all that I understand the reasoning behind making a more
minimal image for things that do not require a window manager like an
APRS digipeater or an RMS Gateway or if you just want to run HF programs
If you look at the config/image_install.sh script you should be able to
pick the things you want in an image that fits your requirements. If you
go this route please know I most likely will not answer your questions
but it is a forum so others might.