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2~clone-configuration-via-git Clone a configuration published via Git
Use the #{lb config --config}# option to clone a Git repository that contains a live system configuration. If you would like to base your configuration on one maintained by the ${project}, look at https://salsa.debian.org/live-team/ for the repository named #{live-images}# in the category #{Packages}#. This repository contains the configurations for the live systems {prebuilt images}#downloading-prebuilt-images.
Use the #{lb config --config}# option to clone a Git repository that contains a live system configuration. If you would like to base your configuration on one maintained by the ${project}, look at https://salsa.debian.org/live-team/ for the repository named #{live-images}# in the category #{Subgroups and projects}#. This repository contains the configurations for the live systems {prebuilt images}#downloading-prebuilt-images.
For example, to build a standard image, use the #{live-images}# repository as follows:
code{
$ mkdir live-images && cd live-images
$ lb config --config https://salsa.debian.org/live-team/live-images.git
$ lb config --config https://salsa.debian.org/live-team/live-images.git::debian
$ cd images/standard
}code
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}code
This enables you to use #{lso:}# anywhere you need to specify the address of a #{debian-live.alioth.debian.org}# git repository. If you also drop the optional #{.git}# suffix, starting a new image using this configuration is as easy as:
This enables you to use #{lso:}# anywhere you need to specify the address of a #{salsa.debian.org}# git repository. If you also drop the optional #{.git}# suffix, starting a new image using this configuration is as easy as:
code{
$ lb config --config lso:live-images
$ lb config --config lso:live-images::debian
}code
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