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  1. #1

    Howto Create an install cd from my current Debian Lenny installation

    Hi there,
    I would like to create an install cd/dvd from my current Debian Lenny installation.

    anybody have any tips as how to do this.

    I guess this will imply all official debian packages will be saved.

    As additional nice to have info would be the following:-

    any tips as to how I would capture none standard packages/configurations on the system

    i.e. I have additional packages installed
    I have a customized Apache and Php configuration i.e. config
    Also mysql database is populated forsome applications.

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    Tucson AZ
    Check the link below, it seems to be what you are looking for:

    Remastersys Backup

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    Chandigarh, India

    Use PartImage to create an ISO Image of your installation. You can burn it to CD/DVD and install it in other machines like regular installations.
    Clonezilla is good utility too.

    Both are available in PartedMagic LiveCD/USB.
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    +1 for CloneZilla. I used it to image a few Windows computers, and it worked great (and fast!). I wanted to try Server Edition to get multicast booting going, but it was overkill for my case.

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