|Last modified: 16-06-2020|
Remastersys is one of the tools available to customize an installed Linux system, and save it into an ISO file that you use to install that release on other PC's. In this article, I'll use a live Ubuntu as an example.
As Remastersys is a GUI application (Python + Glade) you will have to run it in an X session.
Before running Remastersys, you might want to remove stuff you don't need.
du -sh /*
To make sure there are not .deb package files left in the cache in /var/cache/apt/archives, since you can (re)install applications by fetching them from a depot on the Net:
Note that uninstalling in application through apt-get won't remove the icons in the Unity bar.