I ask because livecd-to-pxeboot looks statically for version 0, if this
ever changes it looks like it would cause the script to fail.
# Does it look like an ISO?
if [ ! -d $CDMNT/isolinux -o ! -f $CDMNT/isolinux/initrd0.img ]; then
echo "The ISO image doesn't look like a LiveCD ISO image to me."
Also all Fedora and RHEL distributions, nonlivecd, have no version in
the initrd.img images on the disk, so if one wanted to use
livecd-to-pxeboot to set up a pxe tree from a regular distro it will
fail. (know its not designed for this however could be a nice to have)
PS: also looks like livecd-iso-to-disk does the same thing, statically
looks for version 0