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I recycle computers for the school I teach at. I run them in Edubuntu. How do I make a custom image ISO, so I don't have to configure each computer in easy ubuntu and all that everytime I run a new operating system?
What distro are you using to do this with? It is best if you run a Ubuntu with which to do it. Then you open a root terminal, cd to the directory you need the files installed, and then use apt-get to install.
Actually, I don't know how to install files via isomaster. But in command line, when you cd to the directory, use apt-get install <filename> and "apt-get remove" to delete packages. You may actually need to 'purge' the packages to get them off the install, but off-hand, I don't know the command.