Linux Live Kit is a set of shell scripts which allows you to create your own Live Linux from an already installed Linux distribution. The Live system you create will be bootable from CD-ROM or a disk device, for example USB Flash Drive, USB Pen Drive, Camera connected to USB port, and so on. People use Linux Live Kit to boot Linux from iPod as well.
How to install?
Make directory alphaos on one of your partitions, copy iso content to that directory. Run grub4dos config from the menu and after that manually add this to menu.lst (change sda6 to match your installation)
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title alphaos (sda6/alphaos)
kernel /alphaos/boot/vmlinuz from=/alphaos
or check out another working menu.lst setup
On first boot?
... is recommended to make savefile which will store your settings: click Control center icon on tint2 panel, then button Setup savefile. Changes made during first session will be saved, there is no need reboot first.
Grub4dos-config does not recognize alphaOS frugal installation.
There is no GUI for bundles (modules) activating and deactivating.
Probably more minor bugs, but should be fixable.
- faster boot,
- load unlimited number of bundles,
- Linux Live scripts are less cluttered,
- easier to follow and maintain,
- 64-bit could be supported.
Note: save file option in this format does not exist in the original Linux Live Kit.
Download alphaOS_12.2-20131028-LL.Test.iso from