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    ibuild (liveCD creator app). What do you think?


    Just wanted to get your thoughts on using ibuild which is a liveCD creator application.

    If you have used this, do you prefer using it, to the standard remastering of a liveCD (i.e. Knoppix, Morphix etc..), and do you find it better, equal, or worse than remastering.

    I have not had an opportunity to try it yet because I'm currently involved in another project. However it seems very interesting and when I'm done with my project I plan on giving it a try.

    I realize that there is just about a liveCD for anything you may want, but I think the experience of learning to do it yourself is always a benefit, not a henderance. Or just the ability to be able to tweak it just the way you want it.
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    So what do you think?

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    Get out of my face!

    BTW, http://ibuild.livecd.net/

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    I have not used it but it does look interesting. My live cd (Ghost GNU/Linux) is built using the Linux Live scripts which are used to build Slax. Those scripts work for me.

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