This is a SlapOS recipe to build NayuOS.
GPL v2 or later
- sudo on the host
- environment variables need to be authorized to be propagated when cros_sdk calls sudo:
: Defaults env_keep += "CROS_CACHEDIR DEPOT_TOOLS"
- slapuser with sudo rights to execute the cros_sdk scripts (needed to access the chroot environment provided by Chromium OS)
in /etc/sudoers (replace slapuser9 by your user, and release-R48-7647.B by the release you have chosen):
: slapuser9 ALL=NOPASSWD: /srv/slapgrid/slappart9/srv/runner/instance/slappart0/parts/chromiumos/release-R48-7647.B/chromite/bin/cros_sdk, /srv/slapgrid/slappart9/srv/runner/instance/slappart0/wrapper_bin/wrapper_cros_sdk, /bin/kill
It's useful to have the right to kill cros_sdk processes, when needed. ;)
After any change to the build process it is necessary to delete (using sudo)
the building environment at
BEWARE that the web runner is serving images for the official website.
NayuOS and ChromiumOS is "just" a version of Gentoo. Thus it uses
and anything installable in Gentoo can be installed to NayuOS too. Of course only
during OS build phase and one has to count with limited space.
Upgrading (building new image)
Please read Requirements section carefully. After selecting your desired
release from the list https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromiumos/manifest/+refs
it is necessary to add
sudo rules for that release as shown there.
In the vifib parameters (softinst<nb>.host.vifib.net > Services > Parameters):
- board / ex: peppy, swanky, ... (choosing daisy will accept all licenses for the daisy board build only, in order to use Mali drivers, see chromium mailing list)
- branch / ex: release-R46-7390.B (you can find the release in the Chromium OS source tree)
- keep_cache / yes|no (choosing "no" saves about 15Go of disk space per board, choosing "yes" will makes next build faster and less expensive in term of needed ressources because of not rebuilding everything)
Software release produces a build script
- Compilation logs:
- Build logs:
Notes for possible improvements
- Running virtual machines on your chromebook
- to have a more common User Agent (the one of ChromiumOS/NayuOS is quite rare and identifies the user, see studies of the EFF), it seems possible to change the User-Agent flag for guest mode in the getOffTheRecord function, and adding a line (key "kUserAgent" , value "some common user agent" string). Then rebuild Chromium and add it to NayuOS.
- remove need of root priviledge for entering the chroot, maybe by using fakeroot in 'scripts/wrapper_sudo.in'?
- change more options on Chromium OS "Privacy" part by default: there are a few options which still use Google services
- provide ChromiumOS package manager chromebrew by default