MultiCD - Combine several CDs into one.
Near the end of March I merged in some changes via GitHub, so ophcrack should work now and debian-mini now has a 64-bit variant (debian-mini64).
NetbootCD has been updated; it is now built on Core 4.7.3. http://netbootcd.tuxfamily.org
Made some changes to the website theme, and ported it to Tumblr as well. Check it out: multicd.tumblr.com
Clicking “MultiCD” on the navbar goes to the homepage.
A new file - “generic.lst” - has been added to the MultiCD distribution. This file lists ISOs that work with MEMDISK ISO emulation. (MultiCD, if it finds an ISO listed in this file, will make a temporary symlink so it works with generic.sh.) The format of this file could change in the near future, but it might now.
Also, the single-file version of MultiCD has been removed, since it didn’t work properly and I don’t think that many people use it anymore.
Several updates: see https://github.com/IsaacSchemm/MultiCD/commits/master for full details, and https://github.com/IsaacSchemm/MultiCD/commit/db1a5197a30ac21136cb1dfef5c27d311f11a3db for a particular set of patches contributed by Pascal de Vuyst.
There might be more updates coming soon.
Note about language support:
First of all, I’m an English speaker living in the United States, and so I don’t do very many tests to see if the language support is working or not. If something’s not working (i.e. it’s still in English and it shouldn’t be), send me a note on GitHub, this Tumblr or by email.
Anyway, MultiCD now uses three small text files to keep track of language (current as of Oct. 13):
You can now use multiple debian-live ISOs. Use the naming format: *.debian-live.iso
In the past few days the website has gotten almost as many hits from Italy as from the US.
Finally getting around to updating some plugins: IPCop, @archlinux, ConnochaetOS (new)
From now on, any Arch netboot or core ISO (single or dual) should be used with arch.sh plugin. archdual.sh has been removed to simplify things. If you just keep the original ISO filename, multicd will make the right symlinks for you.