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    burn the running o.s to a cd.


    is it possible to burn the o.s that you are running into a cd and install that into another computer with the help of that cd.

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    Yes, but not on every OS.
    Debian GNU/Linux -- You know you want it.

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    I got these by googling,
    Remastersys (Debian/Ubuntu)
    Ubuntu Customization Kit (Ubuntu)
    Reconstructor (Ubuntu)
    Builder (Ubuntu)
    ulc-livecd-editor (Ubuntu)
    Mklivecd
    Revisor (Fedora)
    Pungi (Fedora)
    Disc Remastering Utility, a utility by Dell (Ubuntu)
    MySLAX Creator An old Windows program to create customized versions of SLAX
    Linux Live A set of shell scripts which allows a user to create your own Live Linux from an already installed Linux distribution.
    thanq

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    Another question:Is it possible to share the same /home folder between two distro's in a dual-boot system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultimatelinux View Post
    Another question:Is it possible to share the same /home folder between two distro's in a dual-boot system.
    Yes, it possible and users do it all the time. There have been some discussions about this subject in other threads on these forums so you might want to do some quick searches to read about any benefits and/or drawbacks to sharing /home.
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