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Howto customize the Ubuntu installation

Posted on Tuesday, May 22 2007 @ 08:25:06 CEST by


ExtremeTech published a guide on hacking the Ubuntu installation. Here's a snip:
The Desktop, Alternate, and Server ISO images are bootable and include a CD-ROM tester (for making sure the CD-ROM was created correctly) and a RAM tester. The System and Alternate CD-ROMs include a recovery shell for debugging an installed system, while the Desktop CD-ROM includes a Live CD system that can also be used for repairing the local host. There is also an option for specifying kernel boot parameters. Some common parameters include..




 



 

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