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From: Mehdi Dogguy <Mehdi.Dogguy@p...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] An ocaml livecd
You can try to make it work  using an usb key. And could possibly then
add/remove any package. If you are a Debian lover, you can test it with :
http://live.debian.net/debian-cd/4.0_r0-rc1/i386/usb-hdd/
or even 
http://live.debian.net/debian-cd/4.0_r0-rc1/i386/iso-cd/ by editing ISOs

On  0, "K.D.P.Ross" <kyle@osl.iu.edu> wrote:
> > Some time ago there was a discussion about the usefulness of an ocaml 
> livecd.
> > There is already Demolinux or Juppix but they both contain a lot of
> > data (.iso weigh about 700MB) and Demolinux is really aging.
>
> I think the idea of an O'Caml live CD is fantastic! Would it be possible to 
> have
> (or have options for) -- in addition to libraries -- all the O'Caml 
> "goodies"
> like findlib, menhir, ledit, ocaml+twt, etc.? -or- Perhaps provide godi and 
> the
> sources to compile / set up packages on demand?
>
> -and- Would it also be possible to offer a choice between Taureg and the 
> O'Caml
> Emacs mode (http://caml.inria.fr/pub/docs/u3-ocaml/emacs/ocaml.emacs.tgz)?
>
> //cheers
> -Kyle
>
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