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[quote=Fred] The methods that Jujuland suggests would certainly work, but this would mean a real remastering, producing remastered CDs. It would be probably too difficult for most users. Basically it is no problem to create a multi-session iso CD. I have made dozens, if not hundreds of them of many different distros with the NTI burning program. Only with a program that finalizes the CD after the iso burning it would not work that way. I have the same problem, if I copy a CD or DVD to a new one. In this case the new one will not be writable anymore. If a multi-session is not possible with a given burning program, I would prefer creating a bootable USB stick from the iso. There you can always add other applications, and it is easier to create such a bootable USB stick than a real remaster. In Ubuntu you now even have a program included, to create a bootable USB stick with Ubuntu on it automatically, and for other distros it is also not so difficult to do this manually, formatting the stick, creating a primary FAT32 partition on the stick with Gparted (included in CDlinux CE), and making it bootable with syslinux and mtools, before simply copying the compressed distro over from the burned CD, and writing the correct boot string into syslinux configuration. The system will also boot and work much faster from the USB stick then from a CD, and USB sticks have become really cheap nowadays. Remastering for a CD (or also for a USB stick) is certainly a perfect solution, because you will get a system perfectly tailored for your needs, but nevertheless a bit more demanding, because you should already have some Linux knowledge. Fred[/quote]
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