On Tue, Apr 03, 2012 at 12:44:17 -0400,
Matthias Clasen <mclasen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
That really depends on what use cases we see for our live cds. In my
view, there's really only two:
The primary use for a live cd is to install.
And then, there is a secondary use where you want to review or test
without the intention to keep a permanent install.
You can use it as a rescue image, which is similar to the the latter case.
You can also use it as a way to have trusted image to run on machines
you don't get to install software on.
Anyway, we can easily arrange things so that the installer does not
autostarted anymore once you tick the 'No thanks, just playing'
That won't work on write once media. Even on a USB you need to have
added an overlay or home area when you put the image on the USB or
you aren't going to be able to change things.