Hi, i am creating a custom debian image, in order to use your OLIFE script to install it.
I have a couple of doubts.
I have some issues with debootstrap in debian wheezy/unstable/experimental. Nothing i couldn't fix, I also have a sheeva plug (arm architecture) with debian installed.
Anyway, i am writting too much. Let's cut the cheese:
all /dev/* devices already created in your ubuntu.img... are they especially created for the transformer? does not the kernel create them the first time you boot? did you use mknod to make them?
I've seen the fstab in your ubuntu.img. How did you create it? I mean... how do you know de UUID of the disk even before "format/repartition" it? ¿could i use the same one?
You haven't create any user in your installation, is it really necesary to be root to use ubuntu? I think that's a security issue,
My transformer is very new (christmas present), and its b70, but sbkdetect sais it's sbk1 so i guess there is no much risk (i now there is allways a risk) because a could use nvflash to restore it. couldn't i?
Thanks and sorry for so many questions, but i didn't find enough information en both threats or in the wiki.
2) I know the UUID because I got it with blkid.
3) Your user is created on the first boot with oem-config.
4) there is no chance of bricking if you do have an sbkv2 device because quite simply you need nvflash to install, not having nvflash access means no chance of bricking.