We are thinking for our software office to use Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit which has long term support. We have more than 15 machines. First we want to make a new ISO which will include the updates and some extra packages.
The ISO should be stable. If it can not be done, please tell it.
Which application do you recommend for making this ISO?
-Remastersys project has stopped about 3 months ago.. Now it started again, but it does not update itself and the support is too bad.
-Re-linux didn't published any stable version yet.
-UCK's latest stable version gives me "dependency is not satisfiable libfribidi-bin" on Ubuntu 12.04. I don't think that is normal. UCK is already designed just for Ubuntu. It is possible to install 2.4.5 version of UCK properly, but it is published on 2011-11-30 which is before release of Ubuntu 12.04. I think they are kidding..
I could not find time to try these:
-Ubuntu builder seems nice app.
-reconstructor is cloud based. I want to make my own iso on my local machines. Also they are getting money for that.
Can you please tell me your experiences about all these applications? They are (or which are) stable do you think?
Thanks in advance...