there are already quite a few topics on how to do this. Perhaps you could provide more information as to what specifically you want to accomplish with your remaster.. Is there some special aspect that the simple / generic remasterme script won't do?
Do you want to exclude all or some users / user directories? ..what about extra data partitions? Total size of the data to be remastered and available space can sometimes be an issue.
To put it simply, I want to remaster it like the original PCLOS 2010 700MB CD Distro.
My remaster is now approx 3.9-4.0 GB. I need it to start it with guest user and install like brand new. it is a reason because i want to distribute to my friends and dad's co-workers and for office work.
I have excluded my /home/tim folder and removed the user 'tim'. now it lands straight to 'root' user. So if i give this to someone with a guide, how will it help them? [i mean, for newbies?]. There are indeed some things i need to test thoroughly before releasing. Nothing else, just loads of software from the repo. All desktops installed. Need to test them too.
Have 30 GB for / and 15 GB for /home partition and no swap. (2GB RAM)
[tim@localhost ~]$ df
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda7 29G 14G 14G 51% /
tmpfs 1008M 12K 1008M 1% /dev/shm
/dev/sda8 15G 881M 14G 7% /home
/dev/sda9 87M 11M 76M 13% /media/Temp
/dev/sda5 40G 16G 24G 41% /media/W7
/dev/sda6 136G 92G 44G 68% /media/Other Data
/dev/sda1 15G 9.9G 5.0G 67% /media/XP
/dev/sdb5 489G 189G 300G 39% /media/Data 1 (1 TB)
/dev/sdb2 444G 413G 31G 94% /media/Data 2 (1 TB)
Only PCLOS. not anything far than that. Thats all.
Is the remasterme script there? we now only have the mylivecd script. Please kindly give ideas for this. So, not only me, many others will benefit from the project.