How do I create a Custom Fedora ISO

This whole process would not have been possible without the help of Thomas Schmitt, the very creator of xorriso.

The easiest way to add a file(s) to an official ISO is by using a program called xorriso, which allows us to add files into ISO images via multisession. The command that worked for me was:

xorriso -indev Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-31-1.9.iso \
          -outdev test.iso \
          -compliance no_emul_toc \
          -map "$file_or_tree_on_disk" "$path_in_iso" \
          -boot_image any replay

I will be wiring a full tutorial after I have ironed out the bugs with the Kickstart install.

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I would like to add that LUKS2 also supports resilient online re-encryption of your data, which is by far the coolest thing I have seen.

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