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#!/bin/sh
help() {
cat <<EOF
mk-squash-iso.sh [options]
Turns an sabotage rootfs into an bootable iso.
This requires an working isolinux installation on <rootfs>/boot.
-o <file>
Set the output file. Existing files will be overwritten
without asking. The file will be an iso image.
-l <label>
Set the ISO 9660 Label for the result. This value will be the one
shown by blkid and can be used for identifying the filesystem
from the kernel command line.
-r <dir>
Set the source rootfs. The rootfs itself will not be changed.
If you omit this, this script will try to find the SABOTAGE_BUILDROOT
-t
Exclude tarballs directory.
-d
Dry run: Only check config and stuff
<rootfs>/boot will be copied to the new isofs root and completed by
an squashfs containing the rest of the system. The initramfs will be
responsible for finding and mounting that squashfs.
If you use this, prepare your rootfs to have an kernel compiled with the
OVERLAY_FS option, otherwise your cdrom system will be read-only.
If you want to create an own isolinux.cfg, you can instruct the initramfs
to load the squashfs with the following kernel options:
boot=LABEL="FOOBAR" root=/boot/squashfs.img rootfsflags=loop
Replace FOOBAR with the value you also specified with -l
EOF
}
warn() {
echo "WARN: $@"
}
fail() {
echo "FAIL: $@"
rm -rf $ISOROOT
rm -rf $FAKEROOT
exit 1
}
EXCLUDE="src/build src/log"
DRY="false"
while [ -n "$1" ]; do
case "$1" in
'-o')
OUTFILE=$2
shift 2
;;
'-l')
DISKID=$2
shift 2
;;
'-r')
R=$2
shift 2
;;
'-t')
EXCLUDE="$EXCLUDE src/tarballs"
shift 1
;;
'-d')
DRY="true"
shift 1
;;
'-h'|'--help')
help;
exit 0
;;
*)
help >&2
exit 1
;;
esac
done
[ -z "$R" ] && [ -f config ] && . ./config
[ -d "$R" ] || fail "$R does not exist or not a directory"
[ -z "$DISKID" ] && DISKID="sabotage-$ARCH-`date +%Y%m%d`"
[ -z "$OUTFILE" ] && OUTFILE="$DISKID.iso"
# Check for prerequisite commands
type mksquashfs >/dev/null \
|| fail "mksquashfs not found, try butch install squashfs-tools"
type mkisofs >/dev/null \
|| fail "mkisofs not found, try butch install xorriso"
# The tempdir that will become the ISO root and the new /boot
ISOROOT=$(mktemp -d)
cp -r $R/boot/* $ISOROOT
# Create directory stubs for the squashfs
# Those are required as mountpoints for their actual filesystems
FAKEROOT=$(mktemp -d)
mkdir $FAKEROOT/boot $FAKEROOT/proc $FAKEROOT/sys $FAKEROOT/dev $FAKEROOT/tmp $FAKEROOT/mnt
cfg="isolinux.cfg"
# Find isolinux.bin, usually in /usr/lib/syslinux/bios/isolinux.bin
isopath=$(find /lib /usr/lib|grep -E 'isolinux.bin$'|head -n 1)
# Check for isolinux.bin ready
[ -f "$ISOROOT/isolinux.bin" ] \
|| (cp "$isopath" "$ISOROOT/isolinux.bin" && echo "INFO: Using $isopath")\
|| fail "isolinux.bin required, but not found"
# Detect syslinux version
isoversion=$(strings "$ISOROOT/isolinux.bin"|grep ISOLINUX)
[ -z "$isoversion" ] && fail "ISOLINUX version could not be detected"
echo "INFO: $isoversion detected"
# Check for ldlinux.c32 ready if required (syslinux >= 5.00)
if echo $isoversion|awk '{if($2<5) exit 1;}'; then
# Find isolinux.bin, usually in /usr/lib/syslinux/bios/isolinux.bin
ldlpath=$(find /lib /usr/lib|grep -E 'ldlinux.c32$'|head -n 1)
[ -f "$ISOROOT/ldlinux.c32" ] \
|| (cp "$ldlpath" "$ISOROOT/ldlinux.c32" && echo "INFO: Using $ldlpath") \
|| fail "ldlinux.c32 required, but not found"
cfg="syslinux.cfg"
fi
# If the user has already defined an isolinux.cfg, dont use syslinux.cfg
# This allows separate isolinux and syslinux configs
[ -f "$ISOROOT/isolinux.cfg" ] && cfg="isolinux.cfg"
# Set default config
# The menu options act as commentary and will be visible when
# syslinux's menu.c32 module is activated via UI {vesa}menu.c32
if ! [ -f "$ISOROOT/$cfg" ]; then
warn "/boot/$cfg not found, generating default config"
cat <<EOF > $ISOROOT/$cfg
PROMPT 1
TIMEOUT 100
DEFAULT sabotage
MENU TITLE Sabotage Linux $ARCH
LABEL ro
MENU LABEL Boot with read-only rootfs
KERNEL vmlinuz
INITRD initrd.img
APPEND boot=LABEL="$DISKID" root=/boot/squashfs.img rootfsflags=loop
LABEL sabotage
MENU LABEL Boot with RAM overlayfs
KERNEL vmlinuz
INITRD initrd.img
APPEND boot=LABEL="$DISKID" root=/boot/squashfs.img rootfsflags=loop overlayfstype=tmpfs
LABEL rescue
MENU LABEL Boot to initramfs
KERNEL vmlinuz
INITRD initrd.img
APPEND boot=LABEL="$DISKID" root=/boot/squashfs.img rootfsflags=loop rescue
EOF
fi
# Do some sort of validation
cat $ISOROOT/$cfg|grep '^\s*\(KERNEL\|INITRD\|CONFIG\)'| \
awk '{print($2)}'|sort -u|while read file; do
[ -f "$ISOROOT/$file" ] \
|| warn "/boot/$file not found, but referenced by $cfg"
done
# At least some config has to be available
[ -f "$ISOROOT/$cfg" ] \
|| fail "$cfg not present, iso will not be bootable"
$DRY && fail "Cancelled by -d"
# Only add selected directories from the rootfs
# Add stubs from the tmpdir so they can at least act as mount point
mksquashfs "$R/bin" "$R/etc" "$R/home" "$R/include" "$R/lib" "$R/libexec" \
"$R/opt" "$R/root" "$R/sbin" "$R/share" "$R/src" "$R/srv" "$R/usr" \
"$R/var" $FAKEROOT/* "$ISOROOT/squashfs.img" -e $EXCLUDE \
|| fail "mksquashfs failed with exit code $?"
# Build the ISO. See the ISOLINUX install instructions on their website
mkisofs -o "$OUTFILE" -b isolinux.bin -c boot.cat -V "$DISKID" -no-emul-boot \
-iso-level 2 -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table "$ISOROOT" \
|| fail "mkisofs failed with exit code $?"
rm -rf "$ISOROOT"
rm -rf "$FAKEROOT"
echo "Result saved at $OUTFILE"