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Customise a CD ISO - add or remove applications, etc

Page history last edited by PBworks 12 years, 8 months ago

Two Methods : --

 

1) Use remastersys. See its home page at  : --

 

PROJECT NAME DEVELOPER DESCRIPTION LINK TO PROJECT
Remastersys Tony Brijeski
aka Fragadelic
a backup utility for Klikit-Linux, Ubuntu and derivatives

www.remastersys.klikit-linux.com

 

Remastersys Forums

http://loscompanion.com/forums/index.php?board=58.0

 

 

2) Use this method, described by Dean Linkous, in an email to me, if you are comfortable with the command line.

 

"I don't think the compression is different - only the method. I think remastersys probably does a less thorough job than the  manual process - also since remastersys builds the ISO from a installed system there is greater chance of cruft and extra files included in the build. I consider it much cleaner to - unpack the ISO, unpack the squash, chroot in, uninstall stuff, repack squash, repack ISO. But whatever works...

Take care,

Dean Linkous"

 

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