Hi, Brian wrote: > > The same link gets you BD jigo files. Three of them.
Frank Hall wrote: > Three blah blahs is of no use whatsoever in answering my original, > clear, question. I agree with your assessment of the quality of Brian's answer but i also have to object your discussion style. It will not help to answer your question, either. So back to the original, clear question: The clear and direct answer is: install and learn to operate debian-cd, which to my knowledge has very few users. But what about my proposal to add a partition to the USB stick with a repository that is suitable for a "file:" URL line in sources.list ? Doesn't this fulfill your intention, too ? Another approach would be to find out what comprises a valid "cdrom:" repository. So you could create your own ISO from an official Debian installation ISO (e.g. "netinst"), your many package files, and maybe a few files which you had to modify so that your add-ons get acceptable. As soon as you have those new files ready, i could tell you the necessary options for a xorrisofs run which creates your big fat bootable ISO. One important ingredient is of course the "/pool" directory tree in the ISO filesystem. Maybe there are others. Have a nice day :) Thomas