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  1. #1

    Setting up a custom install.


    Basically I want to create an image to install openSUSE 12.3 with most of the install options already configured. I need to be able to just pop in the disk and have it automatically install with predetermined options. Does anyone know how to do this or know of a place that explains it?

    Note: It would be preferable to know how to do this with any distro not just this one.

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    I believe what you're looking for is Anaconda. It works for some distributions (although not all).

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    I don't think Anaconda will work for Opensuse as it is Red Hat or Fedora specific, doesn't hurt to check it out. For Opensuse, you might look into product creator, suse studio or using clicfs. clicfs is meant to be used with a CD/iso so may not apply. See the link below for some suggestions
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    how can i make an iso image from my distro?

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    Ok I will take a look at those. Thank you for the quick replies.

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