I made my first Ubuntu distro with remastersys, but it didn't copy my look, the design I made. Plus there is no terminal on my new distro? And how to change look on install page?
on 06/05/2012 – Made popular on 06/05/2012
I made a distro of Ubuntu from Remastersys. Everything works except, the places are messed up. The home folder acts as the desktop folder, and I can't see my pictures, my videos ect folders inside home.. I coppeid my entire Home foldr to /ect/skel/ before creating the distro.. Any advice please??
I've made an Ubuntu installation from minimal with no X - everything is based on CLI and added some apps to it. I've custom designed it so it can be like a LAN-based web server and serve the apps/data as necessary.
I'm now trying to make a distro of this setup and tried with Remastersys.
I'm interested in creating my own distro based on Ubuntu or Debian or something and I was wondering how exactly it is done. I don't want to just use Remastersys or something. Does anyone know how something like Linux Mint is made from Ubuntu?
I'm trying to make my own distro based on Ubuntu. However Remastersys requires an official Ubuntu Kernel to work (At least on the Ubuntu version of Remastersys). I want to know if the linux-generic package really has the headers and image. The version that I'm aiming for can be found here: http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/kernel/linux-generic and my distro is based off of Ubuntu 12.04.
I've been trying to make my own custom xubuntu-based distro. I thought I understood how to import settings and features and repackage using remastersys, but apparently not.
One of the features involves removing the xfce4-panel and replacing it with cairo-dock(with my own theme), but with each ISO it keeps asking me to how I want to configure xfce4-panel and forgets about auto-starting cairo-dock.
I'd like to roll my own distro. I'm going to use a combo of either Remastersys or Relinux and Ubuntu Builder. I'm thinking about using 13.04. I need a bare bones distro to build on top of and I've seen the Mini CD but I think it's way too small - incomplete for my needs.