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    Live/Install disc for Ubuntu (64-bit)

    I'm looking for a Live/Install disc for Ubuntu (64-bit). I bought a used book (Ubuntu Made Easy by Rickford Grant with Phil Bull, copyright 2012) so the 32-bit disc that came with it is obviously out-of-date. Any suggestions where I can get one (I have no idea on how to d/l and ISO and burn a disc).
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    How To Create custom Debian Distro Iso With Live Boot Capabilities

    Hello everyone , i am new to this forum i am a student , and a Debian 10 XFce user , I Want to create my own usb linux distribution with live boot capabilities , according to some methods , i have used Linux-live kit , from github and also tried programs that offer live system creation...
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    Reinstallation of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    I've recently upgraded from 18.04 LTS to 20.04 LTS through in built update manager. But this 20.04 LTS ver is giving me some upgrade problems. So, I want to do a live USB stick reinstall. In case where there is the 'Erase Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and reinstall', if I do this, does all my earlier...
  4. superboy2k6

    Create custom live cd from existing installation?

    Hi, so I wanted to create a live cd of my VM's Arch Linux installation and make it bootable. It should be the exact replica of what installation I have. I went ahead and checked this forum: But I didn't understand one of the following replies...
  5. superboy2k6

    xfce4 in live cd?

    Is it possible to include some packages and the xfce4 DE in arch linux Live CD?? I would like to have this so that users will boot into a DE instead of a CLI interface. Don't forget that I want some packages to be installed too. Help is appreciated. -Cheers
  6. superboy2k6

    Specific packages inclusion in Arch Linux?

    Haven't been here for a long time... :rolleyes: Like the title suggests, is it possible to include specific files and packages in a live CD installer of Arch linux. And is it also possible to download specific packages when Arch Linux starts up using pacman? More specifically, the Chromium Web...