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  1. #11
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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    I highly recommend Live Helper. It takes some configuration, but it's a very useful tool. It makes Debian (Etch, Lenny, and Sid) images, but only in Debian itself. Running it in Ubuntu doesn't work.
    http://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=live-helper

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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    Dreamlinux LiveRemaster
    Never seen anything easier
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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    Quote Originally Posted by init1 View Post
    I highly recommend Live Helper.
    much like debian itself, live-helper can be simple or complex....

    it has a simple basic GUI as well called live-magic

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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    Reconstructor looks like it's dummied down enough for even a dolt like me to use. I've downloaded it to my storage drive for future use.

    Thank you La Roza!!! I'll never kid you about thinking again probably, I promise!!!

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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    Quote Originally Posted by BLTicklemonster View Post
    Thank you La Roza!!! I'll never kid you about thinking again probably, I promise!!!
    Thanks.

    No one can hunt down links like I can...

    I have never made a custom distro before, but I think I will soon just to say I did.

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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    better link for debian live-helper
    http://debian-live.alioth.debian.org/
    and/or
    http://wiki.debian.org/DebianLive/live-helper

    might also consider adding dfsbuild and bootcd as well

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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord DarkPat View Post
    Dreamlinux LiveRemaster
    Never seen anything easier
    Yes is does look good, I've not tried it though, the current version of DL doesn't like my hardware!

    http://www.dreamlinux.com.br/tutoria...eremaster.html

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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    Anyone who have tried T2?
    http://www.t2-project.org/
    My Open Source Blog http://peterahlgren.com

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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    Last edited by basenvironment; August 5th, 2008 at 06:49 PM.

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    Re: Making your own custom Linux distro image/live cd.

    Damn Small Linux 4.4.2 has a remaster feature that let's you customize a Live CD. I did it a while back and added my favorite programs, wallpaper, and pictures (for the slide puzzle game) using it. The MyDSL remaster pretty much adds anything that's in your DSL home folder to an iso file. If you made a "mydsl" folder in the home folder, and added MyDSL packages to it (using the MyDSL browser's "Download Only" button), they load up as if they were installed.

    It's nice to see other options for custom Live CDs. 8) Using my custom DSL Live CD had me wondering this.
    Last edited by LinuxFox; September 14th, 2008 at 10:01 PM.

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