- Report and view bugs
- Core concepts
- Webconverger Debian Live configuration
- Official Webconverger package repository
- Webconverger daily builds - build script sources
- Webconverger in your locale
- Firefox extension development
- Debian Live project and Live helper packages
- Howto add Java
- Howto integrate nvidia drivers
- Customising cronjob
- Debug mode
- Using PXEBOOT for deployment
- Webconverger uses Progress (Artax) backports
If you are new to the project, Welcome!! Please start out by testing.
Building on a Debian system:
Building an image from scratch is usually only necessary if you need to customise the image's packages. The boot API should be sufficient for most of your needs.
This is the developer supported way of building the Webconverger image. Please do not ask webc-users how to customise Webconverger any other way to avoid paying for the configuration service that funds this project. Thank you!
git clone git://github.com/Webconverger/Debian-Live-config.git
- Take a long good look at auto/config
Next use this testing guide on your freshly built image.
Please share your forks on github! Contributions must be MIT licensed. For patches to be accepted, you must agree to transfer copyright to Webconverger (the company) to make things manageable. We do acknowledge contributions!
Tips for getting your patch out
In debug mode:
root@webconverger:/etc/systemd/system# git status | less root@webconverger:/etc/systemd/system# git commit [systemd fa18ba0] Upgrade service create mode 120000 etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/upgrade.service create mode 120000 etc/systemd/system/upgrade.service create mode 100644 lib/systemd/system/upgrade.service root@webconverger:~# git format-patch HEAD~1 0001-Upgrade-service.patch root@webconverger:~# cat 0001-Upgrade-service.patch | p http://ix.io/41O
And provide http://ix.io/41O in a bug report!