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How do you install a service (binaries) on LNX-BBC version of linux? And how do you do it when you have the GAR files for the package?
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Hi rameshuma,

From the FAQ
"The LNX-BBC runs as a "live filesystem" CD. Nothing is installed, and the system returns to its previous OS once you pop the LNX-BBC out."
http://lnx-bbc.org/faq-LNX_BBC.html#So_it_s_just_a_small_installer_

The distro runs from CD and you cannot install anything to the CD.

If you wish to build your own ISO using GAR,
http://lnx-bbc.org/README.html

Cheers!
sunnycoder
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