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    How to Customize Ubuntu Live CD iso

    Hi all,

    I am trying to customize ubuntu live cd iso using ubuntu-builder. I removed libreoffice*,ubuntu-docs,gnome-user-docs,translations-de-es-pt. And was able to make iso. But, on booting i got stuck at (initramfs) prompt. After referring to some threads, tried 'exit' command. So, booting started. But, all the commands, like mounting, were having '/root/' in the start of all paths.

    I used the wizard method in ubuntu-builder. Can anyone help me out in the correct manual method or some other software to do it right.

    Thanks.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=12117651

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    Re: How to Customize Ubuntu Live CD iso

    Hi Reneme,
    actually I am also facing problems with customizing Ubuntu with Ubuntu Builder. Here is link for the manual for Ubuntu Builder. I think this can help you.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5450581/help/help.html

    If you get success customizing Ubuntu with Ubuntu Builder or with any other tools. Please share your knowlege. I need to do the customization very badly.

    Thanks.

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    Re: How to Customize Ubuntu Live CD iso

    Quote Originally Posted by uzumakifahim View Post
    Hi Reneme,
    actually I am also facing problems with customizing Ubuntu with Ubuntu Builder. Here is link for the manual for Ubuntu Builder. I think this can help you.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5450581/help/help.html

    If you get success customizing Ubuntu with Ubuntu Builder or with any other tools. Please share your knowlege. I need to do the customization very badly.

    Thanks.
    I was not able to make bootable custom iso with Ubuntu builder.
    Although, Ubuntu-builder is exactly what i need, since it supposed to customize iso directly without installation.

    But, i am now looking into other softwares.
    I tried getting remastersys. They have a long procedure of including key & sources. But, even after all procedure, was not able to get it.

    So, now trying relinux, which i think is based on remastersys.

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