I recently have morphed my own morphix livecd which I would like to improve a little.
Because I installed quite a few packages and set up a database I don't want to rebuild the whole CD again. I thought it would instead be a good idea to extract the main module from my existing .iso file and chroot into it to perform the changes.
When I excute 'morphix-chroot <mymodule>.mod' it starts unpacking the contents of the module and at some point it keeps spamming messages like 'No more space left on device' to the console. When I finally get to the chrooted environment many things aren't working properly like apt-get or mysql.
I tried to add a few GB's of swapspace to prevent the system of running out of writable space, but that didn't solve the problem.
Where does morphix actually write to when it writes to /tmp/morphix-chroot.XYZ ?
Is there a way to extend the writable space, have a symlink or another writable branch in the union?
OS: MorphingMorphix LiveCD
Module Size: 472M
HD: 32GB Free
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