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Originally Posted by elija Install a distro, set it up just how you want and make an installable live CD from it using remastersys. thanks but i dont think this ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    Install a distro, set it up just how you want and make an installable live CD from it using remastersys.
    thanks
    but i dont think this counts as a project
    can you give me some ideas??/ or should i just continue with LFS???

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    Well, it's a starting point. Then you start developing your own tools and the next thing you know you have the next Mint or Mageia or Zenwalk
    What do we want?
    Time machines!

    When do we want 'em?
    Doesn't really matter does it!?


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    the next thing you know you have the next Mint or Mageia or Zenwalk?
    what do you mean by that???
    am sry bec i dont understand very quickly
    what does I need from Mint or mageia or Zenwalk???

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    Yes Ubuntu & Debian. Are you sure your not thinking of a derivative? and you just want to make a distro based of say Debian?

    Cause a fork implies your going to be changing it quite heavily. As in creating your own repository/ packaging system. Basically re-building it from the ground up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SL6-A1000 View Post
    Yes Ubuntu & Debian. Are you sure your not thinking of a derivative? and you just want to make a distro based of say Debian?

    Cause a fork implies your going to be changing it quite heavily. As in creating your own repository/ packaging system. Basically re-building it from the ground up.
    derivative sounds good.. how to start???

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    Quote Originally Posted by deathknight View Post
    derivative sounds good.. how to start???
    Remastersys or similar

    [edit]
    And to answer your previous question:

    Consider Mint. It started life as Ubuntu with a nicer skin and some drivers and codecs installed. Now look at it.
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    Time machines!

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    Doesn't really matter does it!?


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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    Remastersys or similar

    [edit]
    And to answer your previous question:

    Consider Mint. It started life as Ubuntu with a nicer skin and some drivers and codecs installed. Now look at it.
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    I will start with Remastersys and try to make some new features thanks and i will inform you what i did thanks and thanks alote for ur help and support

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