Reconstructor: Ubuntu Live CD creator/customizer
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 4, 2006
Reconstructor is a Live CD creator for Ubuntu Linux.
It uses the Ubuntu Linux Live CD as a base, and then allows customization of boot screens (usplash), gnome settings, and software (you can also use the chroot environment to make other changes before creating the live cd).
Reconstructor does not create separate distros. It keeps the solid Ubuntu foundation, and just allows for customization. For example, create a custom Live CD with blender, inkscape, etc. included for a friend in graphics, or simply use reconstructor to re-brand your environment (wallpaper, fonts).
Reconstructor is written in python and is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL)
Problem in making ubuntu bootable cd .......................
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 25, 2009
Hi ppl , I have downloaded ubuntu-8.10-desktop edition from ubuntu official website. I got " ubuntu-8.10-desktop-i386.iso " file , which is winrar archieve file .. I didnt get image file to make bootable cd. Even after i extract thid Rar file, didnt get .iso [image] file.. How do i make bootable cd with this ??
Please provide me the solution as soon as possible...
Is there a usb bootable image creator for Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 13, 2013
So I was using linux mint for like two months but it was a bit heavy for my laptop and since Lubuntu makes it much more responsive, I decided to switch back. But one of the things linux mint had that I'm missing was a program that would write an iso image into a usb and make it a bootable usb. I used that thing a lot. I have to help a friend create partitions and install windows and linux into her netbook. So I'm wondering how I can do that with Lubuntu since I'm thinking that very same program (or an equivalent) has to be available in the repositories and I just don't know what it's called. Could anyone tell me what I have to look for in the ubuntu repositories. Also, I tried the instructions in the ubuntu website to make bootable images in windows and it has never worked. I swear that I've followed the instructions perfectly, it just doesn't worked. I've tried it several times. So what program can I use in lubuntu for that?
How do I create a Bootable CD in Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 9, 2010
I came across this tutorial. It is for Windows however. What program would be the equivalent to ImgBurn?
Starting Ubuntu without a bootable CD Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 30, 2008
Well I still cannot get it to work.
I can copy and read files to and from the USB 2 Gig flashdrive without any problems at all.
But when I try and use the Ubuntu Application for creating a bootable version on the USB flashdrive after just a few seconds it pops up an alert saying that the connection to the Flashdrive has crashed.
I just cannot see what I am doing wrong here!
Starting Ubuntu without a bootable CD
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 19, 2008
I want to run Ubuntu from the CD to check it out, but my hp mini 2133 netbook doesn't have an internal CD drive. I currently have SLED as my installed OS.
I do have an external USB CD and a newly burnt CD of Ubuntu 8.10
Problem is the Netbook won't boot from the USB CD. It isn't recognising it from the Bios boot options. (fn9)
I can boot to SLED and then open the Ubuntu files on the CD from there. Can I then run it from there without installing? If so, which of the 159 available Ubuntu files starts the process with the options screen?
Help me choose a dual (android/ubuntu) bootable tablet
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 13, 2011
I've finally decided to give up my 2007-era laptop and buy one of those shiny new tablet computers that are all the rage.
There are a few things that are critical for me:
- Ability to run Android and Ubuntu! Either dual-boot or Android from within Ubuntu. I won't pay money for anything where I can't have complete root.
- 1GB RAM or more
- Ports, ports, ports: USB port, SD port, headphone port
- Wifi and bluetooth
- Real 5 hours battery runtime
- Bright screen and durable, finger friendly glass (gorillaglass?)
- Well-built, durable and reliable
There are a few other things that are on my wishlist:
- Upgradeable RAM - 2 years from now, when 8GB of RAM costs $50, I'd like to upgrade.
- Full-size USB port rather than mini/micro USB
- Charges from USB - I dont want to carry a charger thats the same size as the tablet!
- Full size SD card slot - So that I can use the cards that I already have
I realize that I'm asking a lot, but I'm willing to pay. I prefer to stay under $500, but $1000 i
Knoppix VS Ubuntu installation CD
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 12, 2010
On my ms windows machine, the OS went out of order, and I wanted to salvage all my pictures, and decided to use a live CD and move some of my media files to my mp3 player... its storage is 8 gigabytes
I tried a latest Knoppix first, it did not provide me a nice GUI. Instead, it provide me with a humble looking, less than friendly, menu-based interface which I gave up on in about 3 minutes.
I was thinking for a minute, and when I tried to install Ubuntu in the past, one of the options I was provided when I ran the Ubuntu installation CD was "Try Ubuntu without installing it" and I thought it meant the Ubuntu installation CD could also be used a live CD.
And I put together an Ubuntu CD and attempted to use it as a live CD!
ah man it was beautiful. It even recognized the video card on my machine. I am never going back to knoppix. From now on, when someone ever mentions Knoppix to me, my response will be, "what is Knoppix?"
Install Windows 7 from Ubuntu without CD or USB
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 1, 2011
Hello Ubuntu Forums, I was wondering how I could re-install Windows 7 from Ubuntu(or GRUB2).
Here is my current situation:
I was using GParted (I knew the risk), and I was removing a partition. And I accidentally removed my Windows Partition(It was mostly filled with junk.). Now I want to reinstall it from a ISO Backup on my Ubuntu Partition. The problem is that I have a 2GB usb (So I can't install from USB), And no blank DVD's. How would I go about installing from the iso? I'm using Natty.
By the way, is this the correct category to post this in?
Anyway, thanks for any help!
i need an ubuntu live cd for powerpc that comes with gnash flash player
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 22, 2012
i have a powerbook g4 alinimum with a dead hard drive and i have ubuntu 12.04 running off live cd its good for doing my homework and thats it
i want to play some online games but stock ubuntu dosent come with flash or gnash
i was wondering if any one made there own live cd that comes with flash and perfurably has mp3 codecs also. i dont care what version and it dosent even need to be ubuntu it just has to have flash and suport powerpc
ps. sorry about my speling
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