NAMEuck-remaster-unpack-rootfs - Ubuntu Customization Kit rootfs unpacking script
SYNOPSISuck-remaster-unpack-rootfs [-m] [remaster-dir]
DESCRIPTIONuck-remaster-unpack-rootfs extracts the root file system stored in compressed form from an unpacked ISO image (cf. uck-remaster-unpack- iso). If the argument is not specified, it defaults to ~/tmp. By default uck-remaster-unpack-rootfs works by mounting the rootfs image on a temporary directory and then copying all contents to the directory remaster-root under remaster-dir. If the -m option is specified, a set of loop back and unionfs mounts will be used to create a writeable instance of the rootfs image accessible as remaster-root under remaster-dir. The modified parts of the root file system will be cached in remaster-root-cache under remaster-dir. This is a lot faster and requires less disk space, but may not work for all scenarios and mandates the installation of some additional software (i.e. fuse-utils and unionfs-fuse).
AUTHORUbuntu Customization Kit has been written by Fabrizio Balliano <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Krzysztof Lichota <email@example.com> This manual was provided by Fabrizio Balliano <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Alessio Treglia <email@example.com>. Source code for the Ubuntu Customization Kit is available at //uck.sourceforge.net Bugs can be reported at https://bugs.launchpad.net/uck/ UCK-REMASTER-UNPACK-ROOTFS(1)