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Customizing a (K)Ubuntu 6.04 Linux Live CD

This tutorial shows how to build a modified Kubuntu live CD, using the latest “Kubuntu 6.04 Flight3″ (to use a 2.6.15 kernel).
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This tutorial reflects a work I had to do in the last days: I had to build a modified Kubuntu live CD, using the latest “Kubuntu 6.04 Flight3″ (to use a 2.6.15 kernel). The system had to boot in console mode, defaulting to the Italian “Standard” keyboard layout, running an SSH server and having partimage (client and server).
I started this work using this tutorial by Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schiedermeier, who modified an older version of Ubuntu: the main difference was the use of cloop filesystem, instead of the squashfs used in 6.04 Flight3.

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