Used by the dev team to automate all the tedious repetitive work (mksquashfs, mkisofs, chroot, etc..) while making a mint iso.
terdon wrote:As far as I know there is no reason to have a /root/root subdirectory. /root is just the home directory ($HOME) of the root user. It does not contain any system critical files. So yes, you should be able to delete /root/root with no problems.
terdon wrote: Now, what were you doing with mintconstructor? ...
Are you sure it is what you wanted to use?
terdon wrote:Sorry if I sounded patronising
Good luck with it!
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