These two kits are for the default 18.104.22.168 and testing 22.214.171.124 kernels or any kernels in the 2.6.37 and 2.6.38 trees respectively.
THE KITS ARE NOT INTERCHANGEABLE!
do not try to use the 2.6.37 with either a 2.6.36 or 2.6.38 kernel, as they have differing patches, etc.
same for the 2.6.38 kernel kit.
The resulting live media the kits create run and act very similar to Slax 6.1.2 and/or Porteus with cheatcodes, loading modules, etc.
the created media can be burned to CD, placed on USB/USB-HDD and HDD and run as persistent or non-persistent live linux on fat32, ext2/3/4 and other filesystems OR installed as a full install either manually or with a script from Superb Mini Server.
the kits include the USB Persistence Wizard from Salix Live 13.1.2
and scripts from Slax 6.1.2.
The kits can be used to make a rescue cd or a full remaster of your installed system and can even remaster a hdd install from livecd session.
here is what the kits contain:
buildk-SLK --kernel make script I used
linux-live-6.3.0_x86.tar.bz2 --the remaster kit, place in /root
kernel-huge-smp-126.96.36.199_smp-i686-1l.txz --premade live i686 kernel
kernel-modules-smp-188.8.131.52_smp-i686-1la.txz --premade live kernel modules
live-kit-i686-1.txz ---slax and other scripts needed
Install one of the live kernels/modules, the live-kit, and decompress the linux-live in /root
boot to runlevel 3 or 4
open a terminal or login as root
cd to the linux-live folder and issue the command ./build
it will make a live-data-* folder in /tmp
ready to go on USB or HDD as frugal install
to make a iso go into the /tmp/live-data-*/boot folder and run the make_iso.sh script
give it name of iso (boot.iso is default) and it will make a bootable iso you can burn to CD.
Kernel patches I used are here-http://cvs.pld-linux.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb ... es/kernel/
here is the two kits combined:http://multidistro.com/Pwriter/salix/Sa ... lds.tar.xz
any questions please ask!