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Old 12-01-2017, 08:46 PM   #1
blason
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How to customize installation pictures or image files


Hi Guys,

I am making my customised ISO image and would like to have a my own customised pictures at the time of installation instead of default centos one.

can someone guide me how do I so that? I guess there was one package but I am not getting exact hint.

I would really appreciate if someone can shed some light on this?
 
  


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