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Old 28th May 2008, 02:42 PM
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Making a custom spin, Fedora 9 Live CD??


I just wanna know if there are any good programs for Fedora 9 to make a custom spin?

As far as I know the one which F9 has, you can make a custom spin that allows you to select which files in the reposterories you want.

However actually I want to install Fedora on my machine, install all of the drivers for sound, video, DVD, flash, java, Eclipse C++ platform, adobe reader and etc...so whenever I boot my machine with the LiveCD I create it has all of the above.

Any ideas??

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