The Product Creator uses KIWI to create an image of a product. In case you are interested in manually developing such images, refer to Section 14.0, KIWI.
To create an image, proceed as follows:
If you are starting the Product Creator for the first time, enter the configuration name and choose the method for adding packages to the ISO image.
If you have used the Product Creator already, selectto create a new product definition and enter the configuration name and choose the method.
Select or deselect package sources. To select a source, select it from the table and click Section 15.0, Creating Add-On Products With Add-on Creator for more information. To add a different source, add the source in the YaST module first then run the Product Creator again. After source selection, click .. With execute the Add-on Creator, see
NOTE: Unsupported Target Architectures
Do not change the target architecture. KIWI does not presently support the building of different architectures.
Enter the path in which to create the skeleton directory. Choose whether toor . Use the other options to insert metadata. Click .
Edit the content of the isolinux.cfg file, if it is a part of the configuration. In most cases you can leave it as it is. If the file is not part of the configuration, add it now with . Click .
Select your software. All package dependencies are solved automatically afteris clicked.
Sign your product with, if needed. Provide a key for your product configuration. Signing your product with your GPG key provides evidence of the origin of your product. After key configuration, click .
Review the summary. To change any option, use. To confirm your new product configuration, click .
Your product definition is now completed. The Product Creator allows you to choose from the following actions:
Creates an ISO image of the selected product. If there is something missing, the process will be aborted. Correct the error and repeat the configuration.
Use the pull-down menu to choose from different target formats, such as Live media or Xen images.