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Thread: Moving Ubuntu To A New Computer

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    Re: Moving Ubuntu To A New Computer

    Edit: Double-posted
    Last edited by JeremyTheGeek; July 29th, 2008 at 12:30 AM.

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    Re: Moving Ubuntu To A New Computer

    Found out the answer.

    System >> Administration >> Remastersys Backup >> Modify remastersys config >> working directory >> <place for iso>

    Q: will there be any issues if using a 80GB Pod classic (fat32 formatted) ?

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    Re: Moving Ubuntu To A New Computer

    Quote Originally Posted by JeremyTheGeek View Post
    Ive done some more research and found remastersys. Remastersys is a way to create a liveCD/DVD of your existing system.

    Instructions are at >> http://www.ubuntugeek.com/creating-c...mastersys.html

    use the repos from this thread >> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=685911

    My problem is that I only have 3GB left free on my /home partition. Is there anyway to allow remastersys to make the iso on a portable HD/iPod (80GB classic in disk mode).

    Remastersys can also be used to create CD/DVD for distribution minus the user data.

    -Germ


    Thanks!!

    That's the package I was thinking of! My mind went a total blank in this thread
    Laters...
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