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1. Install to HD - include all the programs you want and set up their configuration files
2. Produce a bootable *.iso image from your installed system. There may even be packages which are meant to do just that - that would certainly save you a lot of time
Now the only problem with that live CD is that it won't have all the hardware detection and setup scripts that you'd have on a typical live CD.