I know '&&' from debian:
apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade && apt-get clean
I was trying to remove warzone dependencies:
root@slitaz:/home/tux# tazpkg -r libsdl libsdl-net mesa openal libtheora physfs libglu-mesa freeglut fribidi quesoglc ttf-dejavu-extra
making script doesnt make sense because it's one-time action only.
This is still the way from post 2.
So let's say I would run 4 different operating systems (base,games,multimedia,office) sharing /home.
So imagine I run office-fs and I have to unpack some rar archive, I install rar, I do the job, tazusb-write,shutdown.
Next day I boot into default base-fs I want to unpack some rar... command not found!
You know what I mean?
I simply want one rootfs, with flexibility to choose what apps to load at boot stage (modular system like tinycore)
I see it's not possible :-(
Storing install packages in /home seems to be solution for me. With install scripts to handle dependencies.
So whenever I feel urgent need for bloodshed, I install Assaultcube and SAVEGAMEs and PREFS should survive reboot because /home is persistent.
BTW ram its not a problem - 2.5 GB, so I could actually create one rootfs wit ALL apps I use, including all games and libreoffice, but it's waste of resources (and booting/writefs time!)
THANKS FOR REPLIES !!!