Ubuntu Installation :: Make A Customized Bootable Dvd?

May 9, 2011

i have installed ubuntu on a virtual machine. i have also installed it on a hardisk partition. i have edited some package files and install the packages. it works great. now i want to ship this whole thing to my client. Can anybody tell me how could i make a bootable ubuntu cd so that my customized file are there in the cd and when the client installs ubuntu from this dvd he will get all the cusotmized packages preinstalled

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